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CITY OF CHICAGO 

1923-24 




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TO THE 



JOURNAL of the 

PROCEEDINGS 



OF THE 



CITY COUNCIL 



OF THE 

CITY OF CHICAGO 



FOR THE 

COUNCIL YEAR 1923 A924 



BEING FROM 

APRIL 16, 1923, to APRIL 9, 1924, Inclusive -^V-V^ 






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Press of John F. Uiggliis 
376-380 West Monrue Stn-er. 



371902 



CITY COUNCIL 

OF THE 

CITY OF CHICAGO 

FOR THE COUNCIL YEAR 192 3-1924 



WILLIAM E. DEVER. Mayor 

AL. F. GORMAN. 

EDWARD J. PADDEN. - - , - 



City Clerk 
Chief Clerk 



1st Ward. 
John J. Coughlln. 

2nd Ward. 
L,. B. Anderson. 

3rd Ward. 

Hobert R. Jackson. 

4tli Ward. 

TT. S. Schwartz. 

5tli Ward. 

■Chas. S. Eaton. 

6th Ward. 

<5uy Guernsey. 

7th Ward. 

Hoss A. Woodhull. 

8th Ward. 

"Wm. D. Meyerlng. 

9th Ward. 

Sheldon W. Govier. 

10th Ward. 

Ernest M. Cross. 



11th Ward. 

Timothy A. Hogan. 

12th Ward. 

E. J. Kunstmann. 

13th Ward. 
Jos. B. McDonough. 

14th Ward. 

Wm. R. O'TrKJle. 

15th Ward. 

Thomas F. Byrne. 

16th Ward. 

Terence F. Moran. 

.17th Ward. 

John H. Lyle. 

18th Ward. 

Patrick F. Ryan. 

19th Ward. 

D. S. McKinlay. 

20th Ward. 

Henry L.. Fick. 



ALDERMEN 

21st Ward. 

Dennis A. Horan. 

22iid Ward. 

Joseph Cepak. 

23rd Ward. 

Jos. O. Kostner. 

24th Ward. 

Jacob M. Arvey. 

25th Ward. 

John Powers. 

26th Ward. 

Joseph A. Mendel. 

27th Ward. 

John J. Touhy. 

28th Ward. 

George M. Maypole. 

29th Ward. 

Albert J. Horan. 

30th Ward. 

John S. Clark. 

SERGEANT-AT-AEMS 

Thomas J. Courtney. 



3l8t Ward. 

Stanley Adamkewicz. 

32]id Ward. 

Joseph H. Smith. 

33rd Ward. 

Joseph Petlak. 

34th Ward. 

Edward J. Kaindl. 

35th Ward. 

George Seif. 

36th Ward. 

A. C. Sievers. 

37th Ward. 

Wiley 'W. Mills. 

38th Ward. 

Max Adamowski. 

39th Ward. 

Frank J. Tomczak. 

40th Ward. 

Christ A. Jensen. 



4l8t Ward. 

Thos. J. Bowler. 

42iid Ward. 

Dorsey R. Crowe. 

43rd Ward. 

Arthur F. Albert. 

44th Ward. 

Thos. O. Wallace. 

45th -Ward. 

Leo^M. Brieske. 

46th Ward. 

O. F. Nelson. 

47th Ward. 

Harry W. Klinke. 

48th Ward. 

Frank J. Link. 

49th Ward. 

E. I. Frankhauser. 

50th Ward. 

Wm. H. Pontow. 



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COMMITTEES OF THE CITY COUNCIL 

FOR THE COUNCIL YEAR 1923-1924 



STANDING COMMITTEES 



TZVfATSfCH. 

WOODHULL, Anderson, Schwartz, Guernsey, McDonough, 
O'Toole, Moran, Lyle, D. A. Horan, Kostner, Powers, Maypole, 
Clark, Kaindl, Adamowski, Crowe, Wallace. 

I^OCAi; TBANSFOKTATION. 

SCHWARTZ, Jackson, Guernsey, Govier, Hogan, Byrne, Fick, 
Kostner, Touhy, Smith, Mills, Jensen, Wallace, Link, Frank- 
hauser. 

I.OCAI; INDUSTRIES, STBEETS AND Ai;i;i:-SrS. 

KOSTNER, Coug-hlin, Anderson, Govier, Hogan, O'Toole, 
Byrne, Moran, Fick, D. A. Horan, Powers, Mendel, Touhy, A. J. 
Horan, Adamkewicz, Smith, Adamowski, Jensen, Albert, 
Brieske, Link. 

BArLWA7 TEBIIIIN'AI.S. 

KAINDL, Anderson, Schwartz, Eaton, Meyerlng, McDonough, 
McKinlay, Cepak, Arvey, Touhy, Adamkewicz, Petlak, Seif. 
Albert, Nelson, Klinke. 

GAS, OrL Ain> EI^ECTKIC I.IGHT. 

CLARK, Jackson, Meyering, Hogan, O'Toole, Moran, Ryan, 
Cepak, Arvey, Touhy, A. J. Horan, Mills, Adamowski, Bowler, 
Albert, Brieske, Link. 

BuiiiDiiras Ain> zomNO. 

O'TOOLE, Coughlin, Jackson, Hogan, Ryan, Fick, Cepak, 
Powers, Mendel, Smith, Petlak, Sievers, Adamowski, Tomczak', 
Pontow. 

JTTDICIABT. 

LYLE, Coughlin, Jackson, Eaton, Guernsey, Cross, McKin- 
lay, Arvey, Maypole, Petlak, Seif, Mills Brieske, Nelson, Klinke, 
Frankhauser. 

SCBOOIVS, FIBB AND Crvn SEBVICB. 

CROWE, Meyering, Byrne, Lyle, Fick, D. A. Horan, Arvey, 
Clark, Adamkewicz, Kaindl, Mills, Bowler, Nelson, Klinke, 
Pontow. 



HABBOBS, WSABVES AND BBIDGES. 

GUERNSEY, Coughlin, Woodhull, Govier, Cross, Kunstmann, 
Lyle, Ryan, Powers, Mendel, A. J. Horan, Smith, Petlak, 
Sievers, Jensen, Bowler. 

PTTBI^IC HBAXTH. 

LINK, Anderson, Cross, Kunstmann, McKinlay, Fick, A. J. 
Horan, Adamkewicz, Petlak, Seif, Sievers. Tomczak, Albert,' 
Brieske, Nelson, Frankhauser. 

TBACK BI^EVATION. 

MAYPOLE, Coughlin, Govier, Cross, Kunstmann, Moran, 
McKinlay, Arvey, Powers, Mendel, A. J. Horan, Clark, Seif, 
Sievers, Mills, Jensen, Pontow. 

FOi;iCE AND MTTNZCrPAI^ INSTITUTIONS. 

BYRNE, Eaton, Woodhull, Govier, Cross, Hogan, McDonough, 
Ryan, Cepak, Mendel, Seif, Adamowski, Bowler, Albert, Frank- 
hauser, Pontow. 

HIGH COSTS AND FUBI^IC MABKBTS.. 

SMITH, Jackson, Kunstmann, Moran, Cepak, Adamkewicz, 
Sievers, Tomczak, Jensen, Bowler, Brieske, Klinke. 

EPriCrBNCT, ECOarOMT AND BEHABIJ^ITATION. 

EATON, Meyering, Kunstmann, Lyle, D. A. Horan, Powers, 
Maypole, Clark, Tomczak, Crowe, Nelson, Frankhauser, Pon- 
tow. 

PUBI^IC BECBBATION AND ATBXETICS. 

Mcdonough, Meyering, Byrne, D. A. Horan, Kostner, 
Touhy, Kaindl, Crowe, Wallace, Klinke. 

comihttees and bui^es. 

SCHWARTZ (alternate, Woodhull), McDonough (alternate, 
O'Toole), Kostner (alternate, Touhy), Kaindl (alternate, Adam- 
owski), Wallace (alternate, Frankhauser). 



SELECT COMMITTEES 

(For membership, consult the references in the Index, under 
the heading "Appointments".) 



INDEX 



(^JOURNAL OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO. 1923-1924) 

{Marginal references are to pagej) 



A. 

A. K. S. Sign Co. : Sign. Order, Pasned 90U 

Aberdeen st. : 

Sewers, from W. 47tii st, to W. 69tli st., etc. (system) 
(including sewers across private property in Sec. 
5-38-14). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

Local Ind Soo-GU 

Recommitted to B. L. I. (with a recommenda- 
tion for the elimination of lateral sewers in W. 
48th, W. 50th and W. .54th sts. and of all lateral 
sewers east of S. Halsted st. in the 16th Ward) . .1661-2 

Report from B. L. I (in the matter of the 
elimination of all branch se'wers extending east of 

S. Halsted St.), to Local Ind 1568-9 

Filed 19:^8 

Sidewalks, from W. 83rd st. to W. 85th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed "'^^ 

Sidewalks, from W. 103rd st. to W. 105th St. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed -*Ji^ 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Water meter at No. 7623 : removal. Order, to Fiiiaiicc.20~~ 

Water supply pipe, from W. 81st st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. 82nd st. to W. 83rd st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Aborn, T. N. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Abraham, Michael: Claim. Order, Passed 24.j4 

Academy of Our Lady : Addition to building. Order. 

Passed ^''- 

Acceptances of ordinances. (See the notations under the 

names of the respective grantees.) 
"Accident" Investigation Commission : Appointment of 
members. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
. Accident Prevention, Bureau of : Provision for the crea- 
tion of the bureau. Ordinance, to Finance 16»» 

Accident Prevention and Public Safety, Bureau of : In the 
matter of creation. (See the notations under the head- 
ing "Safety Commission".) 

Ackerman, Arthur V. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Ackerman, Carl: Signs. Orders, Passed 1057, 1289 

Acme Card System Co. : 

Installation of a card record system in the Fire Dept. 

Order, Passed 1070 

Sale of filing equipment to the City. Orders, 

Passed 1070, 1490-1 

Acme Metal Mfg. Co. : Repair of screens for the City. 

Order, Passed H^O 

Acola, W. .T. : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Acorn Window Cleaning Co., Inc.: Claim. To Finance.. '2111 

Ada St. : 

Tanks (gasoline) at Nos. 330-40 N. (See under the 

heading "Sinclair Refining Co.") 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of W. Randolph 

St. Order, Passed 248-50 

Adair, Dr. Sadie Bay : Resignation as a member of the 

Board of Education. Noted 240-1 

Adair (H. G.) Printing Co: Printing of bulletins for the 

City. Order, Passed 1487-8 

Adamkewicz, Stanley : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-- 

Oath of office as Alderman. See '^-3 

Presentation of Gen. Joseph Haller to the City Council. 

See 1075-6 



.\damowski. Max : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Adams-Beatty-Francois Corporation : Contract for an ap- 

praisal of street railway and elevated railroad lines. 
Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed May 3, 

1920 ) , to Finance 246-7 

Passed 356 

Adams, David L. : Appointments. (See under the head- 

ing "Appointments".) 

Adams, E. L. : Claim. To Finance 1230 

Adams State Bank, The: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Adams st. : 

"Parking" prohibited between S. State st. and 200 ft. 

west thereof (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 704-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 9S9-70 

Sidewalk, from S. Cicero av. to S. Lavergne av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2179 

Sidewalk from S. Wabash av. to S. State st. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 199 

Sidewalks, from S. Clinton st. to S. Halsted st. (l)oth 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2079 

Viaduct. (See under "Bridges and viaducts'' under the 

heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Water meter at No. 2757 W. : removal. Order (re- 
ferred March 14, 1923, p. 2038), Filed 610-11 

Adams, W. P. : Canopy (permission to W. P. Adams and 

K. A. Wells) . Order, Passed 1521 

Adams & Westlake Co, : Sale of bronze fittings to the City. 

Order, Passed 2031 

Addison st. : 

Building at Nos. 632-38 : permission for construction and 

occupancy. Order, to Bldgs 1054 

Poised 1274 

Drains, between N. New England av. and N. Harlem av. 

Ordinance, Passed 218 

Paving, from N. Natoma av. to N. Harlem av. (includ- 
ing sewer connections in Intersecting streets). 

Ordinance. Passed 237-8 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished March 21, pp. 2067-72.] 
Sidewalk, from N. Keating av. to N. Cicero av. (s. side), 

etc. (system) . Ordinance, Passed 2508 

Sidewalk, from N. Rutherford av. to N. Oak Park av. 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 943 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Traffic light at the Intersection of Greenview av. : direc- 
tion for installation. Order, Passed 221-2 

Addressograph Company : Sale of an addressograph to the 

City. Order, Passed 125 

Adler, Morris: Sign. Order, Passed 1852 

Admiral Hotel Co. : 

Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 1964 

Passed 2005 

Sign (roof) . Order, to Bldgs : 1964 

Advance Cleaners : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 679-80 

Advertising agencies : Repeal of license requirements. 

Ordinance (see Sec. 1), Passed 1405-6 

Advertising Art Bulletin Co. : Sign. Order (referred 

Dec. 20, 1922, p. 1541), Filed 1286-Y 

Aeroplanes. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Avia- 
tion".) 
Aetna State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 



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Agar Provision Co. : Loading platforms. Ordinance, to 

Local Ind 214 

Agaranos, Andrew : Claim. Order, Passed 418 

Agatite av. : 

Sidewalks, from alley first east of N. Lawndale av. to 

N. Hamlin av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed . .lOm 
Water supply pipe, from 547 ft. east of Hamlin av. to 

alley east of N. Lawndale av. Order, Passed. .. .24:0o 

Agerone, Frank : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to 

Bldgs 931-2 

Passed 1098 

Agni Motor Fuel Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 2139 

Ahern & Mangan : Temporary real estate office. Order, 

to Bldgs 1856 

Passed 2046 

Ahner, Lewis : Real estate office. Orders, Passed.. 1952, 2129 

Ahrens-Pox Fire Engine Co. : Sale of a sectional motor 

pump to the City. Order, Passed 785 

Ainslie st. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
for the work so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the ^report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Paving and improving, from N. Kostner av. to N. Kil- 
boum av. (See "Paving and improving, from Law- 
rence av. to Argyle st., etc." under the heading 
"Kenneth av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Kenneth av. 
(See the notations under "Paving and improving, 
from Lawrence av. to Argyle st., etc." under the 
heading "Kenneth av.") 
Sewer, from N. Kilbourn av. to 20 ft. west of the alley 
east of N. Kilbourn av. (s. side). Ordinance, 

Passed 317 

Sidewalk, from N. Albany av. to N. Kedzie av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 776 

Sidewalk, from N. Central av. to N. Menard av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 63t) 

Sidewalk, from N. Sacramento av. to N. Albany av. 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Posset? .... 1048-9 
Water supply pipe, from N. Kilbourn av. to 154 ft. 

west of N. Kenneth av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 280 ft. west of Menard av. to 

Marmora av. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Aircraft. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Avia- 
tion".) 
Air-shafts in tunnels. (See under the heading "Tunnels".) 
Aizuss, J.: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.... 928 

Passed 1098 

Albamonte, B. : Festoons of electric lights. Order, 

Passed 405 

Albany av. : 

Paving and improving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from W. 51st st. to W. 
5oth St., etc." under the heading "Richmond st.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in W. 53rd pi., W. 
54th St. and W. 54th pi. (See the notations under 
"Paving and improving, from W. 51st st. to W. 
55th St., etc." under the heading "Richmond st.") 

Albany Park M. E. Church : Sign. Order, Passed 1397 

Albany Park National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Albaugh, Harry : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

Albert, Arthur P. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Censure of the Alderman for an alleged attack on the 
Chairman of the Com. on Finance concerning the 
assignment of a police automobile for use of said 
Chairman. (See the notations under "Equipment" 
under the heading "Police, Department of".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Albert, Charles : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 162 

Passed 492 

Albion av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
for the work so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 



Albion av. : ' 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Western 

av. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from N. Natoma av. to 245 ft. west- 
ward. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to N. Rock- 
well St. Order, Passed 248-50 

Aldermen. (See under the heading "City Council".) 
Aldine av. : 

Apartment building at Nos. 423-37 : permission for con- 
struction. Order, to Bldgs 16^ 

Passed 492 

Building at No. 641 : permission for alterations in, and 

addition to. Order, to Bldgs 1239 

Filed , 1380 

Aldrin, Axel R. : Completion of building. Order, to Bldgs. .1117 

Deferred and Puh 2479 

Alelunos, Joseph : Claim. To Finance 2075 

Alexander, Conrad : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 397 

Maintenance of sheds. Order, to Bldgs 931-2 

Passed 1098 

Alexander, Grover C. : Claim. To Finance 1857 

Alexander, Irving C. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Alexander, J. A.: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Alexander, Joseph A. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs .... 2499 

Alexander, Louis G. : Sign. Order, Passed ..1018 

Alexander st. : 

Canopy at No. 312-30. (See under the heading "Calu- 
met Company".) 
Loading platforms, east of Stewart av. (See under the 

heading "Calumet Company".) 
Sidewalks (elevated) adjoining switch tracks, between 
Princeton and Stewart aves. (See under the head- 
ing "Calumet Company".) 
Switch tracks (elevated) along and across the street, 
east of Stewart av. (See under "Calumet Company" 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Algonquin av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to Lehigh av. 

(See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." 
under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Alkan, Phillip : Canopy. Order, Passed 1469 

AU-Chlcago Council : Recommendation that railroads be 

compelled to comply with the terms of existing ordinances 

requiring track elevation. Resolution, Pui 1332 

Allen Christian Endeavor: Tag day. (See under the 
heading "Tag days".) 

Allen (J. W.) Co.: Driveway. ■ Order, Passed 931 

Allen, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Allerton Clarke Co., The : Claim. To Finance 970 

AUerton Co. of Chicago, The : Driveway. Order, Passed.. 951 

Alleys: 

(Streets, hounding llocks, are arranged in alpluibetical 
order.) 

Aberdeen st., W. Adams st., W. Jackson boul. and S. 
Morgan st. (block bounded by) : e.-and-w. alley. 
(See the heading "Quincy st.") 

Aberdeen st., S. Carpenter St., W. 81st st. and W. 82nd 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley 
(In Chester Highland's Fifth Addn. to Auburn Park). 
(See the notations under "Aberdeen st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Aberdeen St., S. Carpenter st., W. 78th st. and W. 79th 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1857 

Aberdeen st., W. 81st St., W. 82nd st. and S. May st. 

(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (in a» 
Chester Highland's Fifth Addn. to Auburn Park). 
(See the notations under "Aberdeen st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Aberdeen st., W. 47th pi., W. 47th st. and S. Racine av. 
(block bounded by) : conduit over and across e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Wimp Packing 
Co.") 

Ada St., W. 56th st, W. Garfield boul. and Throop st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Recommitted to B. L. 1 914 

Ada St., Loomis St., W. 91st St.. and W. 92nd st. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. (See under 
"Cremin and Brenan's Fair View Park Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 



1923-24 



INDEX 



Alleys: 

Ada St., Loomls., W. 94th st. and W. 03i-d st. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under "Cremin and Bienan's Fair View Park Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Ada St., Loomis St., W. 92nd st. and W. 93rd st. (block 
boundt><l by) : vacation of c-and-w. allfy. (S(H'_ 
under "Crpmin and Brenan's Fair View Park Sub." 
under the heading -Vacations of alleys".) 
Adams st., S. Clark st., S. Dearborn st. and W. Monroe 
St. (block iKHinded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across e.-aud-w. alley. (See under the head- 
ing "Commercial National Safe Deposit Co.") 
Adams st., S. Dearborn st., Quincy st. and S. State st. 
(block bounded by) : tunnel under and across 
n.-ands. alley. (See under the heading "Illinois 
Maintenance Co.") 
Adams St., E. Jackson boul., S. State st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : conduit in n.and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Hub, The".) 
Adams st.. S. Kenton av., S. Kilbourn av. and W. Jack- 
son boul. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pas- 
sageway) over, and tunnel in, e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under the heading "Behrman, John, Inc.") 
Adams st., S. Kilbourn av., Wilcox st. and the C. & W. 
I. R. H. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Boynton's Sub." under 
the beading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Adams st.. l.ockwood av., Lotus av. and Quincy st. 
(block bounded by): paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passe,! "2 

Adams st., S. Michigan av., E. Monroe st. and S. Wa- 
bash av. (block bounded by) : vault in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Ryerson, Martin A.") 
Adams St., W. Monroe st., S. Morgan st. and S. Sanga- 
mon St. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pas- 
sageway) over and across n.-and-s. alley. (See under 
the heading "Benjamin Electric Mfg. Co.") 
Adams St., E. Monroe st., S. State st. and S. Wabash av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Fractional Sec. 15" under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 
Adams st., S. Rockwell st., S. Washtenaw av. and Wil- 
cox St. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Rockwell's Addn. to Chicago" under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Addison St., Eddy st., Hemdon st. and Southport av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 

Passed ^**^^ 

Addison st., Eddy St., N. Racine av. and the C, M. & 
St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : switch track 
across e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Great Atlantic 
and Pacific Tea Co., The" under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Addison st., N. Kilpatrick av.. Patterson av. and the 
C. & N. W. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
alleys (in L. E. Crandall's Grayland Sub.). (See 
the notations under "Patterson av." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Addison st., N. Laramie av., N. Lockwood av. and Pat- 
terson av. (block bounded by) : opening of n.-and-s. 

and e.-and-w. alley. Ordinance, Passed 1689 

Addison st., N. Lockwood St., N. Long av. and Patterson 
av. (block bounded by) : opening of alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1399 

Ainslie St., Argyle St., Broadway and the C, M. & St. 
P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Conarroe's Resub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Ainslie St., Argyle st., Kenmore av. and Sheridan road 
(block bounded by) : coal chute (with cover) in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Johnstone, 
Percy T.") 
Ainslie St., N. Hamlin av., Lawrence av. and N. Ridge- 
way av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed 638 

Albany av., Armitage av., Cortland st. and Nebraska 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of, and sewer m, 

alleys. Ordinance, Passed 1686 

Albany av., W. o2nd St., W. 53rd st. and S. Whipple st. 
(block bounded by) : opening and extending of n.- 
and-s. alley. Ordinance, Passed 1294 



.Alleys: 

Albany av., Franklin boul., W. Klnzie st. and N. Whipple 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and s. 
alley. (See under "Miller & Rigdon's Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Albany av., W. C7th st, W. 6Cth st. and S. Troy st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "East Chicago I-/awn-Campbell's 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Albion av.. N. Ashland av., N. Clark st. and Wallen av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Wallen's (Wm. L.) Addn. to 
Rogers Park" under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Albion av., Greenview av., Newgard av. and North Shore 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed ^^^ 

Allport St., W. 19th St., S. Racine av. and W. 21st st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed). ^^^ 

Altgeld St., N. Cicero av., N. Lamon av. and Montana 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and- 
w. alley. (See under "Kennedy's (Edward F.) 
Resub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Altgeld St., Fullerton av., N. Lawndale av., and N. Ridge- 
way av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed ^^^ 

Anthony av., E. 69th st. and South Park av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and s. alley. 
(See under "Lott's (J. N.) Resub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Archer av., S. California av., W. 42nd st., Montgomery 
av. and S. Rockwell st. (block bounded by) : vaca- 
tion of part of e-and-w. alley. (See under "Sub- 
division of the north lC-2/3 acres, etc." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Archer av., S. Canal st. and the C. & A. R. R. (block 
bounded by) : loading platform in alley. (See under 
the heading "Cuneo-Henneberry Co., The".) 
Archer av., Farrell St., Hillock st. and Throop st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.w.-and- 
s.e. alley. (See under "Farrell's Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Ardmore av., N. Central av., Indian road, Lillard av. 
and N. Llnder av. (block bounded by) : lease of space 
in alley. (See under the heading "Gray, M. I.") 
Arlington pi., N. Clark St., Geneva terrace and Fullerton 
parkway (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pas- 
sageway) over and across e. and-w. alley. (See under 
the heading "Lincoln Park Manor Building Corp. ') 
Armour St., N. Ashland av., W. Austin av. and W. Grand 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
See under "Waller's (W.) Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Artesian av., N. Campbell av., Fulton st. and 
zie St. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
alley. (See under "Cossitt's Addn. to 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Artesian av., W. 64th St., W. 63rd st. and S. Western 
av. (block bounded by) : ash hoist 



W. Kin- 
e. -and-w. 
Chicago" 



e.-and-w. 



alley. (See under the heading "Marquette Park 
State Bank".) 

Arthur av., Devon av., Glenwood av. and Wayne av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed ^^^ 

Arthur av., Devon av., Lakewood av. and Wayne av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed ^'-^^ 

Arthur av., Glenwood av., Loyola av. and Sheridan rd. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "Gait's (A. T.) Edgewater Golf Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Arthur av., Lakewood av., Loyola av. and Sheridan rd. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed ^^^ 

Ashland av., Belmont av., Greenview av. and Melrose st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Kemnltz and Wolff's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Ashland av., Byron St., Greenview av. and Irving Park 
boul. (block bounded Ijy) : removal of fence from 
alley. Order, Passed 1240 



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Alleys : 

Ashland av., Carroll av., Fulton st. and N. Paulina St. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed 548 

Ashland av., W. 51st St., W. 52nd St. and S. Marshfield 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of, and sewer in, 

alley. Ordinance, Passed 147a 

Ashland av., W. 48th st., W. 40th st. and Justine st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Kay"s Addn. to Chicago" under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Ashland av., W. 4Sth st., W. 49th st. and S. Marshfield 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1386 

Ashland av.. S. Marshfield av., W. 6oth st. and W. 
66th St. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 

Ordinance, Passed 206 

Ashland av., S. Marshfield av., W. 62nd st. and W. 63rd 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 915 

Auburn av., S. Halsted St., W. 31st st. and W. 32nd st. 
(block bounded by) : grading and paving of alley. 

Ordinance, Passed 1672 

Auburn av., S. Morgan st., W. 31st st. and W. 32nd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance. 

Passed 1854 

Augusta St., Cortez st., W. Grand av.. N. Kedzie av. and 
N. Spaulding av. (block bounded by): vacation of 
n.-and-s. alley. (See' under "Humboldt Park Addn. 
to Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Augusta St., Cortez St., N. Kedzie av. and X. Spaulding 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys.' Ordi- 
nance, Passed 774-5 

Augusta St., Holt St., Noble st. and W. Walton st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed 1685 

Augusta St., Iowa st., N. Robey st. and N. Winchester 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 93ti 

Austin av., Cass St., Rush st. and E. North Water st. 
(block bounded by) : pipes and vault in e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Monarch Refrigerat- 
ing Co.") 
Austin av., N. Elizabeth St., W. Grand av. and N. 
Racine av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed 2503 

Austin av., Ferdinand St., N. Hoyne av. and N. Leavitt 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Waughop's Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Austin av., E. Illinois St., N. Michigan av. and St. 
Clair St. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. 
:. alley. (See under "Kinzie's Addn. to Chicago" un- 
der the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Austin av., E. Illinois St., N. Michigan av. and St. 
Clair St. (block bounded by) : vault under e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Hunt, Jarvis".) 
Austin boul., W. Huron St., N. Mayfield av. and W. Su- 
perior St. (block bounded by)': paving of alley. 

Ordinance, Passed 402 

Avenue .1. Ewing av.. E. 105th St. and E. 104th st. 
(block bounded by) : sewer in n.-and-s. alley (See 
"Sewer, from Avenue O to Indianapolis av., etc." 
under the heading "One hundred fifth st.") 
Avenue J, Pawing av., E. 105th st. and E. 106th st. (block 
bounded by) : sewer in n.-and-s. alley. (See "Sewer, 
from Avenue O to Indianapolis av., etc," under the 
heading "One hundred fifth st.") 
Avenue L, Avenue M, E. 101st st. and E. 100th st. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under "Taylor's First Addn." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Avenue L, Ewing av., E. 105th st. and E. 104th st.., 
(block bounded) : sewer in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
"Sewer, from Avenue O to Indianapolis av., etc." 
under the heading "One hundred fifth St.") 
Avenue L, Ewing av., E. 105th st. and E. 106th st. (block 
bounded by) : sewer in n.-and-s. alley. (See "Sewer, 
from Avenue O to Indianapolis av.. etc." under the 
heading "One hundred fifth St.") 
Avenue L, Ewing av., E. 104th st. and E. 10.Srd st. (block 
bounded by) : sewer in n.-and-s. alley. (See "Sewer, 
from Avenue O to Indianapolis av., etc." under the 
heading "One hundred fifth St.") 



iilleys : 

Avenue O, Green Bay av., E. 131st st. and E. 132nd 
St. (block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Avers av., N. Hamlin av., Schubert av. and Wright- 
wood av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed jggg 

Baltimore av.. Commercial av., E. 83rd st. and the 
B. & O. R. R. (block bounded by) : switch track 
over and across n.w.-and-s.e. alley. (See under 
"Koscielski, Thomas" under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Beach av., N. Cicero av., Hirsch st. and N. Lamon av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (In Kocher- 
sperger and Thompson's North Av. Sub.). (See the 
notations under "Lamon av." under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Beach av., N. Cicero av., N. Lamon av. and Le Moyne st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Kocher- 
sperger and Thompson's North Av. Sub.). (See the 
notations under "Lamon av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 
Beach av.. Hirsch St., N. Lamon av. and N. Lavergne 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley 
(in Kochersperger and Thompson's North Av. Sub.). 
(See the notations under "Lamon av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Beach av., N. Lamon av., N. Lavergne av. and Le Moyne 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley 
(in Kochersperger and Thompson's North Av. Sub.). 
(See the notations under "Lamon av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Belden av., Clifton av., N. Racine av. and Webster 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance. Passed ^lyj 

Belden av.. Commonwealth av., Fullerton parkway and 
Lincoln Park West (block bounded by) : vault in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Belden 
Hotel Co.") 
Belle Plaine av., Berteau av., N. Sacramento av. and 
N. Whipple St. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 

Ordinance, Passed ISH'S 

Belle Plaine av., N. Hermitage av., Irving Park boul. 
and Ravenswood av. (block bounded by) : canopy 
over alley. (See under the heading "Manz (J.) 
Engraving Co.") 
Belle Plaine av., N. Lockwood av., N. Long av. and 
Warner av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed 1949 

Belmont av., N. Clark st.. School st. and Wilton av. 
(block bounded by) : vault in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Sandahl, Abel P. M.") 
Belmont av., N. Harding av. and N. Springfield av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under "See- 
ger's (Charles) Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Belmont av., N. Richmond St., N. Sacramento av. and 
School St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Gross (S. E.) Unter 
Den Linden Addn. to Chicago" under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Bennett av., E. 87th st., E. 86th st. and Euclid av. 
block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Kyle's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Bennett av., Euclid av., E. 75th st. and E. 76th st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Stinson's (James) Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Berteau av., Hutchinson st., Leclaire av. and Milwau- 
kee av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Gardner's Sixth Addn. 
to Montrose" under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 

Berwyn av., N. Central Park av., Drake av. and Foster 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in 
Pregler's Sub. of Lot 29). (See the notations under 
"Berwyn av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Berwyn av., Drake av., Foster av. and N. St. Louis av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Pregler's 
Sub. of Lot 29). (See the notations under "Berwyn 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 



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INDEX 



Alleys: 

Bishop St., Laflin st., W. 90th st. and W. 91st st. 
(block bounded by) : opening of allp.v. Ordinance, 

Passed 1*^^" 

Bishop St., I.atllu St., W. 62nd st. and W. li;ird st. (lUoclc 

bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, /'a.s.v.(/. *J'M 
Bishop St., Loomls st., W. 91st st. and W. 92nd st. 
(bloclc bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Creniin and Brenan's Fair View Park 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys". 
Bishop St., Loomis st., W. 94th st. and W. 93rd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Crerain and Brenan's Fair View I'ark 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alloys".) 
Bishop St., I>ooinis st.. W. 92nd st. and W. 93rd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Cremin and Brenan's Fair View Tark 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys.") 
Blackstone av., E. 84th st., E. 88rd pi. and Stony Island 
av. (block bounded by) ; vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Sjtony Island Boulevard Addn." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Blackstone av., E. 67th st., E. C6th pi. and Stony 
Island av. (b'ock bounded by) : chutes and openings 
In n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Reltig 
Building Corp.") 
Bloomingdale av., N. Central l*ark av.. Monticello av. 
and Wabansia a v. (block bounded by) : direction for 
Institution of condemnation proceedings for open- 
ing. Order, to B. L. I ""5 

Bloomingdale av., Cortland St., Kimball av. and N. 
SpauUliug av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part 
of n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Simon's (E.) Suli." 
urder the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Bloomingdale av.. W. Grand av.. La Crosse av. and N. 
Lamon av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Roliertson's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Bloomingdale av., Humboldt boul.. N. Richmond st. 
and Wabansia a v. (block bounded liy) : paving of 

alley. Ordinance, Passed '^"■* 

Bloomingdale av., N. I.awndale av.. Monticello av. and 
"Wabansia a v. (block bounded by) : direction for 
institution of condemnation proceedings for opening. 

Order, to B. L. I ""5 

Blue Island av., W. 18th pi., S. Loomis st. and W. 19th 
St. (block bounded by) : vault in alley. (See under 
the heading "Fuhrman & Forster Co.") 
Blue Island av., W. 19th st. and Ivoomis st. (block 
bounded by) : vault in alley. (See under the heading 
"Fuhrman & Foreter Co.") 
Bonfield st.. Hillock av., Loomis st. and the C. & A. R. R. 
(block bounded by) : lease of space in alley. (See 
under the heading "Baker Brothers".) 
Bosworth av., Diversey av., Greenvlew av. and Wright- 
wood av. (block bounded by) : paving of e.-and-w. 

alley. Ordinance, Passed 476 

Brewery av. (vacated), Iglehart pi.. E. 27th st. and E. 
26th St. (block bounded by) : vacation of the.n.w.- 
and-s.e. alley. (See under "Assessor's Div." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
• Broadway. Carmen av., Olenwood av. and Winnemac 
av. (block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordi- 
nance. Passed 322 

Broadway, Foster av., Glenwood av. and Winona av. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alleys. Ordinance. 

Passed 1402 

Broadway, Grace St.. Pine Grove av. and Sheridan rd. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 

Passed ^^'■^ 

Broadway, Kenmore av., Leland av., Wilson av. and 
Winthrop av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Surrenden (Wm. Deering) Sub., The" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Bryn Mawr av., N. Nagle av., N. Natoma av. and Somer- 
set av. (block bounded by) : vacation of parts of 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Town of Norwood 
Park" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Buffalo av.. Eurley av.. E, 130th st. and E. 131st st. 
(block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 



Alleys : 

Buffalo av., Mackinaw av., E. 131st st. and E. 132nd '^t. 
(block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Byron St., N. Claremont av., Grace st. and N. Western 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed ....-...; '779 

Byron St., Grace st., Janssen st. and Southport av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Lake View High School Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Byrou st.. Irving Park boul., N. Lawndale av. and N. 
Ridgeway av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part 
of n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Mason's Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
California av., W. Congress st., S. Francisco av. and W. 
Harrison st. (block bounded by) : guy wires over and 
across e.-and-w. alley. (See under the heading 
"Schul/.e Baking Co.") 
California av., W. Congress st., W. Van Buren st. and 
S. Washtenaw av. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
alleys. (See under "Sheridan's Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
California av., S. Fairfield av., W. 14th st. and W. 12th 

pi. Ordinance, Passed 1122 

California av., Flournoy st., Lexington st. and S. Wash- 
tenaw av. (block bounded by) : opening of n. and-s. 

alley. Ordinance, Passed 1682 

Calumet av.. Cottage Grove av., W. 25tb st. and W. 26th 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of n. e. -and-s. w. 
. alley. (See under "Canal Trustees' Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Calumet av., Front av., E. 118th st. and E. 117th st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley (in Samuel J. Glover and George N. Black's 
Sub.). (See the notations under "One hundred eight- 
eenth St." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Calumet av., Giles av., W. 32nd st. and W. 33rd st. (block 
hounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Tyler's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Calumet av., Prairie av., E. 00th st. and E. 61st st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 

Passed 392 

Calumet av.. Prairie av., E. 61st st. and E. 63rd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed 629 

Campbell av., Eastwood av., N. Western av. and the 
Northwestern Elevated R. R. (block bounded by) : 

paving of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 2.516-17 

Campbell av., N. Maplewood av., W. North av. and Wa- 
bansia av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed 400 

Campbell av., W. Monroe st., S. Western av. and Wilcox 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed '? 71 

Carpenter St., W. Chicago av., W. Huron st., Milwaukee 
av. and N. Morgan st. (block bounded by) : paving 

of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 935 

Carpenter St.. Cornell St., Fry st. and N. May st. (block 
bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 

Passed 773 

Carpenter st., Curtis st., W. Erie st. and W. Ohio st. 
(block bounded by) : bridges (covered passageways) 
over n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Schuiz 
(M.) Co.") 
Carroll av., N. Central Park av., Fulton st. and N. St. 
Louis av. (block bounded by) : opening of n.-and-s. 

alley. Ordinance, Passed 1123 

Carroll av., Fulton st., Sheldon st. and Union Park ct. 
(block bounded by) : lease of space in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Heisen, C. C") 
Center st., N. Clark st.. North Park av. and Wisconsin 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Canal Trustees' Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Center st., Hudson av., Sedgwick st. and Wisconsin st. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over, and vault and tunnel in, n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Evangelical Church, The".) 
Central Park av., W. Division st., W. Grand av. and the 
C, M. «& St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation 
of alleys. (See under "Kusel (Charles H.) Second 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 



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Alleys: 

Central Park av., Fifth av., W. Harrison st. and Millard 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 398 

Central Park av., Fillmore St., Grenshaw st. and S. St. 
Louis av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Twelfth Street Addn. 
to Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Central Park av., Fullerton av., Hancock st. and Medill 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 401 

Central Park av., Monticello av., Montros^' av. and Sun- 
nyside av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 638 

Champlain av., E. 42nd St., E. 43rd st. and Langley av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 897-8 

Champlain av., Langley av., E. 60th st. and B. 61st st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of n.-and-s. alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1384 

Chester st., Fullerton av., C. & N. W. R. R. and the North 
Branch of the Chicago River (block bounded by) : 
vacation of part of e.-and-w. alley (in Fullerton's 
Third Addn. to Chicago). (See the notations under 
"Chester st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Chicago av., N. Francisco av.., W. Grand av., N. Rich- 
mond St. and W. Walton st. (block bounded by) : 
paving of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 473 

Chicago av., N. Homan av., W. Huron st. and N. Trum- 
bull av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1958-9 

Chicago av., N. Lamon av., N. Lavergne av. and W. Su- 
perior st. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1862 

Churchill St., N. Hoyne av. and Wilmot av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See under 
"Young Trustee's Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Cicero av., Gladys av., W. Jackson boul. and S. Lavergne 
av. (block bounded by) : closing of n.-and-s. alley 
in rear of premises Nos. 310-14 S. Cicero av. Or- 
der, to Local Ind 2502 

Cicero av., Hirsch st. (produced), N. Keating av. and 
Le^Moyne st. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Thompson's (John F.) North Avenue 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Cicero av., N. Lamon av., W. Madison st. and W. Wash- 
ington boul. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 399 

Clarendon av.. Hazel st., Wilson av. and Windsor av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1693 

Clarendon av.. Lakeside pi., Lawrence av. and Sheridan 
road (block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordi- 
nance Passed 322-3 

Clarinda st., N. Hermitage av., N. Paulina st. and W. 
Walton St. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 936 

Clark St., N. Dearborn st., W. Elm st. and Maple st. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed. 551 

Clark St., N. Dearborn st., W. Madison st. and W. Wash- 
ington St. (block bounded by) : tunnel in e. and-w. 
alley . (See under the heading "Harding Hotel Co.") 

Clark St., W. Lake st., N. La Salle st. and W. Randolph 
St. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across, and tunnel in, e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under the heading "Hotel Sherman Co.") 

Clark St., N. La Salle St., W. Madison st. and W. Wash- 
ington St. (block bounded by) : vault in e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Marshall Field es- 
tate".) 

Clarkson ct., N. Francisco av., W. Lake st. and Walnut 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Little's Resub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

Clayton ct., Columbia av., Pratt av. and Ravenswood av. 
(block bounded by) : lease of space in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Dee (Wm. E.) Co.") 

Cleaning of alleys. (See "Cleaning of streets and alleys" 
under the heading "Streets".) 

Clinton st., S. Jefferson st., W. Jackson boul. and W. Van 
Buren st. (block bounded by) : pipe under and across 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "C, B. & Q. R. R. Co." 
under the heading "Railroads".) 



.Alleys: 

Clybourn av., Garfield av., Lewis st. and N. Racine av. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across n.-and-s. alley. (See under the head- 
ing "Phoenix Trimming Co. of Chicago".) 

Clybourn av., Herndon st., Kingsbury st. and the C, M. & 
St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : lease of space in 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading "Sheffield 
Foundry Co.") 

Congress St., S. Franklin St., S. Market st. and W. Van 
Buren st. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pas- 
sageway) over and across e.-and-w. alley. (See un- 
der the heading "Price (Ed. V.) & Co.") 

Cornelia av., N. Halsted St., Newport av. and Shettield 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of n.-and-s. alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 4Q7 

Cornell av., E. 55th St., E. 53rd st. and the I. C. R. R. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed ^gga 

Cornell av., E. 54th st., E. 53rd st. and Hyde Park boul. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed ' 1116 

Cornell av., B. 78th St., E. 79th st. and Stony Island av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of e. and-w. 
alley. (See under "Frank's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Cortez St., N. Kedzie av., N. Spaulding av. and Thomas st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.and-s. alley. (See 
under "Humboldt Park Addn. to Chicago" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Cortland st., N. Crawford av., Keystone av. and the C, 
M. & St. P. Ry. (block bounded by) : opening of 
e.-and-w. alley. Ordinance, Passed 636 

Cortland st, N. Karlov av.. Keystone av. and the C, M. 
& St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : removal of fire 
hydrant from alley. Order, Passed i960 

Cottage Grove av., Drexel boul., Drexel sq. and E. 50th 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed . 898-9 

Cottage Grove av., Drexel boul., E. 48th st. and E. 47th 
St. (block bounded by) : opening of n.-and-s. alley. 
Ordinance, Pa'ssed 1115 

Cottage Grove av., Drexel av., B. 61st st. and B. 62nd 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1117 

Cottage Grove av., Evans av., E. 64th st. and B. 63rd st. 
.(block bounded by) : vault with coal holes and trap 
door in n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading 
"Washington National Building Corp., The".) 

Cottage Grove av., Groveland Park, E. 33rd st. and the 
I. C. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.and-s. alley. (See under "North Tier of Oaken- 
wald" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Cottage Grove av., Maryland av., E. 77th st. and B. 76th 
St. (block bounded by) : narrow-gauge track across 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Niemann Table Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Crandon av., Luella av., E. 104th st. and E. 103rd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley (in "South Chicago"). See the notations under 
"Luella av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Crandon av., Luella av., E. 102nd st. and E. 103rd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley (in '«South Chicago"). (See the notations under 
"Luella av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Crandon av., Ogleshy av., B. 104th st. and E. 103rd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley (in "South Chicago"). (See the notations un- 
der "Luella av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Crandon av., Oglesby av., E. 102nd st. and E. 103rd st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley (in "South Chicago"). (See the notations un- 
der "Luella av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Crandon av., Oglesby av., E. 74th st. and B. 73rd st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 760 

Crawford av., Grace St., N. Kedvale av. and Warwick 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Race's Addn. to Irving Park" 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 



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Alleys : 

Crawford av., N. Hamlin av., Park av. and West End av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Divisioa of the East 5 acres, etc." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Crosby St., Hobble St., Kingsbury st. and W. Oak st. 
(blocR bounded by) : bridges (covered passageways) 
across n.-and-c. alley. (See under the heading 
"Wilder & Co.") 
Crosby St., Hobble St., Lariabee st. and W. Oak st. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Elston's Addu. to Chicago" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Cullora av., N. Kildare av., Lowell av. and Montrose av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed I***** 

Cullom av., Montrose av., N. Robey st. and N. Winchester 
av. (block bounded by) : sewer in, and paving of, 

alley. Ordinance, Passed 2515 

Cullom av., Montrose av., N. Sacramento av. and N. Whip- 
ple St. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Or- 
dinance, Passed ^^^ 

Dearborn st., Federal st., W. 22nd st. and W. 23rd st. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across e.-and-w. alley. (See under the head- 
ing "Mandel Brothers".) 
Dearborn st., W. 53rd st., W. Garfield boul. and S. State 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1673 

Dearborn st., Goethe st., Schiller st. and N. State st. 
(block bounded by) : extension of n.-and-s. alley. 

Ordinance, Passed ^^3 

Dearborn st., W. Madison st., W. Monroe st. and S. State 
St. (block bounded by) : pipes in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Illinois Maintenance Co.") 
Dearborn St., W. Madison st., W. Monroe st. and S. State 
St. (block bounded by) : vault in e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under the heading "McVlcker Theatre Co., The".) 
Dearborn st., W. Madison st., W. Monroe st. and S. State 
St. (block bounded by) : vaults in. and bridge (cov- 
ered passageway) over and across, e.-and-w. alley. 
See under the heading "Cooper, Abraham J. and 
Samuel".) 
Dearborn st., Madison st., S. State st. and W. Washing- 
ton St. (block bounded by) : vault in e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Boston Store of Chi- 
cago".) 
Diversey av., N. Francisco av., George st. and N. Rich- 
mond St. (block 'bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed ^ '«' 

Division St., Haddon av., N. Leavitt st. and N. Oakley 
boul. (block bounded by) : pipe tunnel and foot pas- 
sage in e.-and-w^ alley. (See under the heading 
"Lutheran Deaconess Home and Hospital".) 
Division st., N. Massasoit av., Thomas st. and N. Waller 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 636-7 

Dorchester av., E. 62nd pi., E. 63rd st. and the I. C. R. R. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Bogue's (O. A.) Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Drake av., Montrose av., N. St. Louis av. and Sunnyslde 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed ^^^ 

Draper st, N. Racine av., Wrightwood av. and the C. & 
E. K. li. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Quirk (James) and Others Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Drexel av., E. 58th St., E. 59th st. and Ingleslde av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "McKichan and Mason's Sub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Drexel av., E. o8th st., E. 57th st. and Ingleside av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed "^^^ 

Drexel boul., Ellis av., E. 44th st. and E. 43rd st. (block 
bounded by) : water supply pipe in n.-and-s. alley. 

Order, Passed 1177-8 

Edbrooke av., S. Michigan av., E. 109th st. and E. 110th 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Assessor's Div." under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 



Alleys: 

Edbrooke av., S. Michigan av., E. 113th st. and E. 112th 
St. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over, and tunnel in, n.-and-s. alley. (See under the 
heading "Peoples Store of Uoseland, The".) 
Edbrooke av., S. Michigan av., E. 113th st. and E. 112th 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Egan's Addn. to Roseland" under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Eggleston av., W. 117th st., W. 110th st. and Stewart av. 
(block l)()unded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley in 
J. Wayne's Addn. to l>ullman. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Eightli St.. S. Michigan av., E. 7tli st. and S. Wabash av. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across, and tunnel in, n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Stevens, .lames W.") 
Eighty-eighth st., W. 89th st.. Emerald av. and S. Ilalsted 
St. (lilock bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed • • • • 1677 

Eighty-eighth st., W. 89th St., Lowe av. and S. Union av. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed 1^'^'^ 

Eighty-eighth St., W. 89th st., Parnell av. and Wallace 
St. (block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1677 

Eighty-eighth St., W. 87th st.. Emerald av. and S. Union 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2499-2500 

Eighty-eighth st., E. 87th St., S. Michigan av. and S. 
Wabash av. (block bounded by) : cable in e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Garden Homes Com- 
munity Church".) 
Eighty-eighth st., W. 87th St., Parnell av. and Wallace 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of e.-and-w. alley. 

Ordinance, Passed 2499 

Eighty-fifth st., W. 86th St., S. Hermitage av. and S. Pau- 
lina St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and w. alley. (See under "Gage's (Frank N.) Add. 
to Englewood Heights" under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Eighty-ninth St.. Justine St., Laflin st. and W. 90th st. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordinances, 

Passed 919. 1857 

Eighty-seventh st., E. 86th St., S. Michigan av. and S. 
Wabash av. (block bounded by) : cable in e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under the heading "Garden Homes Com- 
munity Church".) 
Ellis av., E. 58th st., E. 59th st. and Ingleside av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See under 
"McKichan and Mason's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Ellis av., E. 55th St., E. 54th pi. and Ingleside av. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed. 019 
Emerson av.. W. Grand av., N. Leavitt st. and N. Oakley 
av. (block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed ^ 2503-4 

Emerson av., W. Grand av., N. Oakley av. and N. Leavitt 
St. (block bounded by) : opening of alleys. Order, 

to B, L. J 1478 

Emily St.. Haddon av., N. Hermitage av. and N. Paulina 
St. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 936 

Encroachments and obstructions in alleys. (For a partic- 
ular encroachment or obstruction, see under the alley 
affected. For general data, if any, see under "Occu- 
pation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the 
heading "Streets".) 
Erie St., W. Huron St., N. Lamon av. and N. Lavergne 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1862 

Erie St., W. Huron St., N. Oakley boul. and N. Western 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed '*^*' 

Erie st., N. Michigan av., E. Ontario st. and St. Clair 
St. (block bounded by) : name for alley. (See under 
the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Erie St., N. Oakley boul., W. Ohio st. and N. Western 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed ^^^ 

Eugenie St., Hammond st., Sedgwick st. and Willow st. 
(block bounded by) : bridges (covered passageways) 
over and across n.-and-s. alley. (See under the head- 
ing "Valentine-Seaver Co.") 



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iilleys: 

Evans av., E. 44th st., E. 43rd st. and Langley av. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 618 

Evans av., Langley av., E. 68th st. and E. 67th st. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed. 1853 
Extending of alleys : authority for changing, installation, 
etc., of municipal electric circuit systems necessitated 
by the extending of alleys. Ordinance, to Local 

Ind 2064 

Deferred and Pub . . 2473 

Fairfield av., Logan boul., Schubert av. and N. Washtenaw 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 

Passed 637 

Fairfield av., W. Roosevelt road, Taylor st. and S. Wash- 
tenaw av. (block bounded by) : lease of space in alley. 
(See under the heading "Douglas I,umber Co.") 
Federal St., Lafayette av., W. 78th st. and W. 79th st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (In 
Dean's Sub.). (See the notations under "Lafayette 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Federal st., Lafayette av., W. 78th st. and W. 77th st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (In 
Dean's Sub.). "See the notations under "Lafayette 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Fifteenth pi., W. 1.5th St., S. Halsted st. and S. Union 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Nutt's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Fifth av., Francisco av., W. Madison st., W. Monroe st. 
and Sacramento boul. (block bounded by) : opening 

of e.-and-w. alley. Ordinance, Passed. 1684 

Mfth av., S. Homan av., S. Trumbull av. and W. Van 
Buren st. (block bounded by) : conduit in n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under the heading "Bethany Bible 
School".) 
Fifth av., S. Kilbourn av., S. Kolmar av. and the C. G. 
W. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Fox's (O. G.) Colorado 
Av. Addn. to Chicago" under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Fiftieth st., W. 51st St., Justine st. and Laflin st. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 1120 
Fiftieth st., W. 51st st., S. Lawndale av. and S. Ridgeway 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in 
Thompson's Sub.). (See the notations under "Lawn- 
dale av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Fiftieth st., S. Lawndale av., S, Ridgeway av. and the Belt 
R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in 
Thompson's Sub.). (See the notations under "Lawn- 
dale av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Fifty-eighth St., E. 59th St., S. State st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 758-9 

Fifty-eighth St., W. 57th st., S. Robey st. and S. Seeley 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Dewey's Sub.'' under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Fifty-eighth St., E. 57th st., S. State st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1116 

Fifty-first St., E. 53rd St., Indiana av. and Prairie 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nances, Passed 463, 536 

Fifty-fourth pi., W. Garfield boul., S. Halsted st. and S. 
Peoria st. (block bounded by) : part of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Webster and Perkin's Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Fifty-fourth st, E. Garfield boul., S. State st. and S. 
Wabash av. (block bounded by) : opening of e.-and-w. 

alley. Ordinance, Passed 1670 

Fifty-ninth st., Parnell av., W. 60th st. and Wallace st. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across, and pipe-tunnel in. n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Noble (F. I-I.) & Co.") 
Fifty-second St., W. 53rd st., S. Sacramento av. and S. 
Whipple St. (block bounded by) : opening and ex- 
tending of n. and-s. alley. Ordinance, Passed 1294 

Fifty-seventh St., W. 56th St., S. Lincoln st. and S. Win- 
chester av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Lyon's (John B.) Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Fifty-seventh st., E. 56th St., S. Michigan av. and S. Wa- 
l)ash av (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Or- 
dinance. Passed 1116 



.Alleys: 

Fifty-sixth st., W. Garfield boul., S. Lincoln st. and S. 
Winchester av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Deferred 1674 

Fifty-sixth st., W. Garfield boul., S. Robey st. and S. Win- 
chester av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 

Ordinance, Deferred 1674 

Fillmore st., S. Karlov av., S. Keeler av. and the B. & O. 
C. T. R. R. (block bounded by) : pipes and fire es- 
cape over, and drain in, n.-and s. alley. (See under 
the heading "Calumet Baking Powder Co., The".) 
Fillmore St., S. Karlov av., S. Keeler av. and the W. C. 
R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Lowry's (Butler) Crawford Avenue Addn. to 
Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Forrestville av., E. 48th St., B, 47th st. and St. Lawrence 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of e.-and-w. alley. 

Ordinance, Passed 1115 

Fortieth st.. Normal av., W. Pershing road and Stewart 
av. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across n.-and-s. alley. (See under the head- 
ing "American Can Co.") 
Fortieth st. Normal av., W. Pershing road and Stewart 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Taylor and Kreigh's Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Forty-eighth st., W. 49th st., S. Hermitage av. and S. Pau- 
lina St. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See 
under "Chicago University Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Forty-eighth st., E. 47th st., Kenwood av. and Kimbark 
av. (block bounded by) : widening of n.-and-s. alley. 

Ordinance, Passed 1115 

Forty-first St., W. 42nd st., S. Oakley av. and S. Western 
Avenue boul. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
n.-and-s. alley (in Western Avenue Boulevard Addn. to 
Chicago). (See the notations under "Oakley av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Forty-first St., Normal av.. Root st. and the C. & W. I.' 
R. R. (block bounded by) : lease of space in alley. 
(See under the heading "Bunge Brothers Coal Co.") 
Forty-seventh St., W. 46th St., S. Honore st. and S. Lin- 
coln St. (block bounded by) : paving of, and sewers 

in, alley. Ordinance, Passed 1472 

Forty-seventh st., W. 46th St., S. Lincoln st. and S. Win- 
chester av. (block bounded by) : paving of, and sewers 

in, alleys. Ordinance, Passed 1472 

Forty-sixth St., Gross av. and Loomis st (block bounded 

by) : switch track across e.-and,w. alley. (See under 

"Miller & Hart" under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Forty-third St., Root St., S. Wells st. and Wentworth av. 

(block bounded by) : paving of, and sewers in, alleys. 

Ordinance, Passed 1472 

Fourteenth st, Indiana av., Michigan av. and B. 16th st. 
(block bounded by): pipe in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Norton, Walter J.") 
Francisco av., N. Mozart St., Sunnyside av. and Wilson 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 404 

Franklin St., W. Madison St., W. Monroe st. and S. Wells 

St. (block bounded by) : vault in e.-and-w. alley. (See 

under the heading "Brand, Horace L.") 

Frontenac av.. Normal av., W. 60th pi. and W. 60th st. 

(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 

Passed 2498 

Fulton St., W. Lake st., N. Long av. and N. Lorel av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Owen's Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Gage St., S. Morgan st., W. 38th pi. and W. 39th st. (Mock 
bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. (See under 
"Gage, LeMoyne, Hubbard and Others' Sub." .under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Garbage and waste. (See "Collection and removal of 
street dirt, etc." under the heading "Garbage and 
waste".) 
George St., N. Lincoln st., Wolfram st and the C. & N. 
W. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "Deering's (Wm.) Diversey Av. Sub." un- 
der the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
George St., N. Natoma av., Wellington av. and the C, M. 
& St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : track across 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Black, and Gold Marble 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 



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Alleys: 

Gettysburg st., Liob av. iind N. Long av. (block bouiulod 
by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley (in Win. 1'. Wing's 
Sub.). (See the notations under "Gettysburg st." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Giddlngs St., Lawrence av., Virginia av. and N. Washte- 
naw av. (block hounded by) : paving of alley. Or- 
dinance, Passed 553 

Girard st, W. North av., Wabansia av. and N. Wood st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1685-6 

Grace St., N. Laramie av., Leclalre av. and Warwick av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1481 

Grace st., N. Lockwood av., N. Long av. and Warwick 
av. (block bounded by) : opening and extending of 
e.-and-W. alley. Ordinances, Passed 1128, 2511 

Grades of alleys : 

(a. See the notations under the descriptions of par- 
ticular alleys. 

b. See also the ordinances noted under "<;rades" 

under the heading "Streets '. 

c. See also the various ordinances providing for 

the paving of alleys.) 

Green Bay av., Mackinaw av., E, 131st st. and E. 132nd 
St. (block bounded by) : switch track across n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ky. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Green st., W. Madison St., N. Teoria st. and W. Washing- 
ton boul. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 1683 

Green st., N. Peoria st., W. Madison st. and W. Wash- 
ington boul. (block bounded by) : tunnel in n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under the heading "Cooke (George J.) 
Co.") 

Greenwood av., E. 47th st., E. 4Gth st. and Woodlawn 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of, and sewers in. 
alley. Ordinance, Passed 1408-9 

Haines st., N. Halsted St., Hooker st. and North Branch 
St. (block bounded by) : lease of space in n. and-s. 
alley. (See under the heading "Forest Products 
Corp.") 

Halsted st.. Haines st., Hickery st.. Hooker st. and 
North Branch st. (block bounded by) : pipe in alley. 
(See under the heading "Tanners Products Co" 

Halsted st.. North Branch st., Ogden av. and the Chicago 
River (block bounded by) : pipe in alley. (See under 
the heading "Tanners Products Co.") 

Halsted st., W. 118th St., W. 117th st. and the P., C. C. 
& St. L. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of part 
of n. w.-and-s. e. alley. (See under "Placerdale" 
under the heading "Vaaations of alleys".) 

Halsted st., W. 63rd pi., W. 63rd st. and S. Union av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under "Rich's Sub." under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Hamilton av., S. Hoyne av., W. 90th st. and W. 91st st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under "Dunne's (M. W.) Sub." under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Hamlin av., W. 65th pi., W. 65th st. and S. Springfield 
av. (block bounded by) : opening of e.-and-w. alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 1388 

Hayes av., Isham av., N. Neva av. and N. Nordica av. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alley. Petition 
and Order, to Local Ind 947 

Hermitage av., W. 62nd st., W. 63rd st. and S. Wood st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 626-7 

Herndon st., Marianna st.. Ward st. and Wrlghtwood av. 
(block bounded hj) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 476 

Hillock av., Mary st., Quarry st. and the C. & A. R. K. 
(block bounded by) : elevated switch track across 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Chicago & Alton R. R. 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Hillock av., Mary st.. Stark st. and the C. & A. R. R. 
(block bounded by) : elevated switch track across 
n.-and-s. alley. (See under "Chicago & Alton R. R. 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Homan «v., S. St. Louis av., W. 13th pi. and W. 12th pi. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1682 



Alleys: 

Honore st., W. 65th st., W. 64th st. and S. Wood st. (block 
bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed . . .'. 1387-8 

Hoxle av.. E. 124th st., E. 122nd st. and Yates av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under "Wis- 
ner's Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Hoyne av.. N. Leavitt St., Milwaukee av. and Wilmot av. 
(block bounded by) : part of n. w.-and-s. e. alley. 
(See under "Bradwell's Addn. to Chicago" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Hoyne av., W. 102nd st., W. 103rd st. and S. Seeley av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under 
"Board of Trade Sub." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Hoyne av., N. Robey st., St. Paul av. and Willow st. 
(block bounded by) : smoke stack in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Ivaufman (Charles) Bros., 
Inc.") 

Hoyne av., W. 73rd pi., W. 73rd st. and the P., C, C. & 
St. L. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and w. 
alley (In Ilerron's Sub. of 50 acres). (See the nota- 
tions under "Seventy-third pi." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Indiana av., S. Michigan av., E. 25th st. and E. 24th st. 
(block bounded by) : conduit in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the h(>iiding "Western Motor Car Co.") 

Indiana av., Michigan av., E. 24th st. and E. 23rd st. 
(block bounded by) : pipes in e.-and-w. alley. (See 
under the heading "American Railway Express Co.") 

Indiana av., Prairie av., E. C8th st. and E. 69th st. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Cornell's Sub." under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 

Iowa St., N. Kenton av., N. Kilpatrick av. and W. Walton 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley (in 
West Chicago Land Company's Sub.). (See the nota- 
tions under "Walton st." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Iowa St., N. Oakley boul., W. Walton st. and N. Western 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 216 

Irving av.. S. Oakley boul., Polk st. and Taylor st. (block 

bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, Passed. 771 

Karlov av., S. Kedvale av., W. 25th st. and W. 24th pi. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1392 

Kedzie av., W. 62nd pi.. W. 63rd st. and S. Spaulding 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s alley. 
(See under "Britigan's (Wm. H.) Resub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Keeler av., N. Kildare av., W. Lake st. and Park av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed '^'''2 

Keeler av., S. Kildare av., W. 25th st. and W. 24th pi. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed • l^^^- 

Kenwood av., E. 71st st, B. 70th st. and I. C. R. R. 
(block hounded by) : lease of space in n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under the heading "Consolidated Company".) 

Kilpatrick av., Patterson av., Waveland av. and the 
C. & N. W. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of 
n.-and-s. alley (in L. E. Crandall's Grayland Sub.) 
(See the notations under "Patterson av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Kimbark av., E. 60th st., E. 61st st. and Woodlawn av. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1670 

Kingston av., Phillips av.. E. 74th pi. and E. 74th st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 465 

Lafayette av., W. 78th St., W. 79th st. and S. State st 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (in 
Dean's Sub.). (See the notations under "Lafayette 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Lafayette av., W. 78th st. W. 77th st. and S. State st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley (in 
Dean's Sub.). (See the notations under "Lafayette 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Lafayette av., W. 65th st., W. 66th st. and S. State st. 
(block bounded by) : opening of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed '^01 



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Jtlleys: 

Laflin st., Looniis St., W. 21st pi. and W. 21st st. (block 
bounded by) : lease of space in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Ganger (John A.) & Co.") 

Lake st., N. Michigan av., B. South Water st. and N. 
Wabash av. (block bounded by) : bridges (covered 
passageways), barrel chute, and ventilation stack over 
and across n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading 
"Chase & Sanborn".) 

Lake St., N. Parkside av., Race av. and N. Waller av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 1479 

Lamon av., N. Lavergne av., Le Moyne st. and Pierce av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley (in 
Kochersperger and Thompson's North Av. Sub.). 
(See the notations under "Lamon av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Lamon av., N. Lavergne av., W. Madison st. and W. 
Washington boul. (block bounded by) : paving of 
alley. Ordinance, Passed 772 

Lamon* av., N. Lavergne av., W. North av. and Pierce 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley 
(in Kochersperger and Thompson's North Av. Sub.). 
(See the notations under "Lamon av." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Langley av., E. 108th st., E. 107th st. and Stephenson 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 385 

Langley av., E. 107th st.. E. 106th st. and Stephenson 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 385 

Laporte av., N. Lavergne av., Montrose av. and Sunny- 
side av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.- 
and-w. alley. (See under "Jubb's (Thomas) Sub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Laramie av., N. Lockwood av., Patterson av. and Wave- 
land av. (block bounded by) : opening of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed • 639 

La Salle st., W. 31st st., W. 32nd st. and Wentworth av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Passed 535 

La Salle st., W. 2oth St., W. 24th st. and the C, R. I. 
& P. R. R. (block bounded by) : bridges (open pas- 
sageways) over n,-and-s. alley. (See under the head- 
ing "Callahan (A. P.) & Co.") 

La Salle st., W. 25th st., W. 24th st. and the C, R. I. 
& P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "TJhlich and Muhlke's Addn. to 
Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

La Salle st., W. 24th st., W. 23rd st. and C, R. I. 
& P. R. R. (block bounded by) : bridge (or elevated 
shipping platform) across n.-and-s. alley. (See under 
the heading "Carey (Phillip) Co., The".) 

La Salle St., W. 24th St., W. 23rd st .and the C, R. I. 
& P. Ry. (block bounded by) : loading platform over 
and across n.-and-s. alley. (See under the heading 
"Mendelson Bros. Paper Stock Co.") 

Lawrence av., Leland av., N. Robey st. and N. Winchester 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1866-7 

Lawndale av.. N. Ridgeway av., Wabansia av. and the 
C, M. & St. P. R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation 
of alleys. (See "Subdivision of S. E. %" under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Leavitt St., Ogden av. and W. Roosevelt road (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Chamberlain's 
Sub.). (See the notations under "Ransom st." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Lighting of alleys. (For lights at particular locations 
see under the heading "Street lights". (For data 
concerning the municipal lighting system see under 
the heading "Gas and Electricity, Dept. of".) 

Lincoln av., Ogden av., Sedgwick st. and Wisconsin st. 
(block bounded by) : widening of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1691 

Lockwood av., N. Long av., Patterson av. and Waveland 
av. (block bounded by) : opening of e.-and-w. alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 639 

Long av., N. Lotus av., W. Washington boul. and West 
End av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Or- 
dinance, Passed 217 

Lotus av.. Pine av., W. Washington boul. and West End 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordi- 
nance. Passed 775 



Alleys: 

Lowe av., W. 74th st., W. 73rd st. and S. Union av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 1857 

Lowe a v., W. 65th st., W. 66th st. and S. Union av. (block 
bounded by) : vacation of alleys. (See under "Oavis' 
Resub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Lowe av., W. 38th St., W. 39th st. and S. Union av. (block 
bounded by) : wires and poles in n.-and-s. alley. (See 
under the heading "Manhattan Brewing Co.") 

Madison st., N. Oakley boul., Warren av. and N. Western 
av. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across e.-and-w. alley. (See under tne 
heading "Derapsey (Charles J.) Inc.") 

Manistee av., Marquette av., E. 127th st. and E. 126th 
St. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alleys. 
(See under "Ingram's (Mary W.) Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Manor av., Wilson av., Windsor av. and the North Shore 
Channel of the Sanitary District (block bounded 
by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, Passed 404 

Marquette av., E. 128th st., E. 127th st. and Saginaw 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alley. 
(See under "Ingram's (Mary W.) Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Marquette av., E. 127th st., E. 126th st. and Saginaw 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of n.-and-s. alleys. 
(See under 'Ingram's (Mary W.) Sub." under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Mason av.. N. Mayfield av., W. Washington boul. and 
West End av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 402 

Mayfield av., N. Menard av., W. Washington boul. and 
West End a v. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 402 

Michigan av., E. 115th St., S. State st. and the C. & 
W. I. R. R. (block bounded by) : lease of space in 
alleys. (See under the heading "Chicago & Riverdale 
Lumber Co.") 

Michigan av., E. 121st pi., E. 121st St. and S. State st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in Resub. 
of Blocks 5 to 8, Menage Sub). (See the notations 
under "One hundred twenty-first st." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Michigan av., E. 25th st., E. 24th st. and S. Wabash 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of e.-and-w. 
alley. (See under "Williard & Pearce's Sub." under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Milwaukee av., N. Oakley av., N. Western av. and WIl- 
mot av. (block bounded by) : bridge (covered pas- 
sageway) over and across, and pipe in, n.w.-and-s.e. 
alley. (See under the heading "Baer Fireproof Ware- 
house Co.") 

Monroe St., S. Rockwell st., S. Washtenaw av. and Wil- 
cox St. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of 
e.-and-w. alley. (See under "Rockwell's Addn. to 
Chicago" under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Montrose av., N. Robey st., Sunnyside av. and N. Win- 
chester av. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 1692 

Montrose av., N. Sacramento av., Sunnyside av. and 
N. Whipple St. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 638 

Newport av., Roscoe st., Seminary av. and Sheflfield av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinances, 
Passed 1401, 2514-15 

Normal av., Parnell av., W. 65th st. and W. 64th st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 392 

Normal av., W. 60th pi., W. 60th st. and Stewart av. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alley. Ordinance, 
Passed 2498 

North av., N. Robey st., Wabansia av. and N. Winchester 
ay. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 473 

Obstructions and encroachments In alleys. (For a par- 
ticular encroachment or, obstruction, see under the 
alley affected. For general data, if any, see under 
"Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under 
the heading "Streets".) 

Ogden av., W. 16th st, S. Spaulding av. and Turner 
av. (block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley. (See under "Sherman and Walters Resub." 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 



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AJleya: 

Oglesby av., B; 102nd st., E. 103rd st. and Yates av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of part of n.-and-s. 
alley (in "South Chicago"). (See the notations under 
"Luolla av." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

One hundred eighteenth st., I. C. R. R. and C. & W. I. 
R. R. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys (in 
Samuel J. Glover and George N. Black's Sub.). (See 
the notations under "One hundred eighteenth st." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

One hundred fourth St., W. 105th st., Throop st. and 
the C, U. I. & 1*. R. R. (block bounded by) : lease 
of space in alleys. (See under the heading "Sterling 
Lumber & Supply Co.") 

One hundrtKl ninth pi., W. 110th St., Princeton av. and 
Stewart av. (block bounded by) : vacation of alleys. 
(See under "ilorton's Sub." under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 

Opening of alleys : authority for changing, installation, 
et«., of municipal electric circuit systems necessi- 
tated by the opening of alleys. Ordinance, to 

Local Ind 2064 

Deferred and Pub 2473 

Paving of alleys. (For general data, if any, see "Paving 
of streets and alleys" under the heading "Streets". 
For the paving of particular alleys, see under the 
descriptions of the respective alleys.) 

Pershing road, S. Rockwell St., W. 38th st. and S. Wash- 
tenavi^ a v. (block bounded by) : paving of alley. 
Ordinance, Passed 010 

Poles in alleys. (For street-lighting poles, see under the 
heading "Street lights". For poles of public utility 
companies, etc., see "Poles" under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Princeton av., W. Cist pi., W. 01st st. and Wentworth 
av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 392 

Princeton av., W. 33th St., W. 37th st. and S. Wells st. 
(block bounded by) : paving of alleys. Ordinance, 
Deferred 024 

Rhodes av., St. Lawrence av., E. 74th st. and E. 73rd 
St. (block bounded by) : opening of alley. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 13S4 

Robey St., Webster av. and the C. & N. W. Ry. (block 
bounded by) ; water supply pipe in n. w.-and-s. e alley 
from N. Robey st. to 240 feet southeasterly. Or- 
der, Passed 248-50 

Shields av., Stewart av., W. 30th pi. and W. 30th st. 
(block bounded by) : bridge (covered passageway) 
over and across e.-and-w. alley. (See under the 
heading "Drexel Ice Cream Co., The".) 

Shields av., Stewart av., W. 27th st. and W. 26th st. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of e.-and-w. alley. 
(See under "Bond's (Henry R.) Sub." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 

State St., E. 31st St., E. 32nd st. and S. Wabash av. 
(block bounded by) : vacation of first n.-and-s. alley 
east of S. State st. (See under "Walker's (C. H.) 
Sub." under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Subways under steam railroad tracks. (See the heading 
"Subways, railroad".) 

Switch tracks along and across alleys. (See the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 

Traffic regulations. (See the heading "Traffic regula 
tions".) 

Twenty-fifth pi., W. 26th st., Princeton av. and Went- 
worth av. (block bounded by) : paving of alleys. 
Ordinance, Passed 1020-1 

Vacations of alleys. (See the heading "Vacations of 
alleys". See also the various items listed under this 
(Alleys) heading.) 

Widening of alleys : authority for changing, installation, 
etc., of municipal electric circuit systems necessitated 
by the widening of alleys. Ordinance,' to Local 

Ind 2064 

Deferred and Pub 2473 

Alliance National Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Allis-Chalmers Co. : Sale of repair parts to the City. 

Order, Passed 2198 

Allison, R. W. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub 2461 



Alpert, Samuel W. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1962 

Second Order, to Local Ind 2505 

Filling station. Order, to (?., 0. cG E. L 1962 

Alszewski, Henry. (See the heading "Olszewski, Henry".) 

Altgeld St. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. West- 

tern av. (See "Paving and improving, from Fullerton 
av. to Belmont av." under "widening, etc." under the 
heading "Western av.") 

Altman, William J.: Claim. To Finance 1735 

Alton, B. : Auto-sheds. Order, Passed 390-1 

Altschul, O. A.: Canopy. Order, Passed 1690 

Aluminum Goods Mfg. Co. : Sale of aluminum boxes to 

the City. Order, Parsed 1492 

Amalganiatetl Sheet Metal Workers' Union : Endorsement 
of re(iuest for increases in salary rates of clerKs em- 
ployed by the City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Amalgamated Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

American Asphalt Paving Co. : Appropriation for addition- 
al paving on E. 71st st. See 2333 

American Association for the recognition of the Irish Re- 
public (Gen. Shields Council) : Endorsement of re- 
quest for increases in salary rates of clerks employed by 
the City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

American Assn. of Engineers : 

Chicago Chapter : request that suitable qualifications be 
required of all members of the Board of Appeals. 

Come, (referred March 31, 1923, p. 2158), Filed 289 

Joint Committee : request that a professional engineer be 
included as a member of the Board of Appeals. 
Come, (referred March 31, 1923, p. 2158), Filed 289 

American Assn. of Port Authorities : Payment of mem- 
bership dues for the year 1924. Order, Passed 1965 

American Atmos Corp. : Sale of breathing apparatus to 

the City. Order, Passed 261 

American Automobile Insurance Co. : Compromise settle- 
ment of warrant for collection. Come. (City Corapt.), to 
Finance 1976 

American Bankers' Insurance Co. : Maintenance of encroach- 
ments in sidewalk space. Order, Passed 1051 

American Brotherhood, U. S. A. Garfield Park Assembly No. 
88 : endorsement of request for increases in salary rates 
of clerks employed by the City. Resolution, to Finance. '.HO a 

American Can Co. : 

Bridge (covered passageway). Ordinance, to Local Ind. 149 

Deferred and Pub 2471 

Driveway. Order, Passed 951 

Vacation of part of an alley in Taylor and Kreigh's 
Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

American Casket Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 773 

American Cast Iron Pipe Co. : Sale of pipe to the City. 

Order, Passed 1062 

American Christian Missionary Society : Free permits for 

alterations to building. Order, Passed 1678 

American Education Week : Observance of the week (No- 
vember 18 to 24, 1923). Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. 
and Filed 1173 

American Engineering Co. : 

Stoker parts : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1533 

Stoker ram boxes: sale to the City. Order, Passed. .1310 

American Express Co. : Water bills : authority for collec- 
tion by the company's agents. Ordinance, Deferred 
and Pub 2461 

American Hide & Leather Co. : Tunnel : acceptance and 
bond (under an ordinance passed March 31, 1023). 
See 676 

American House Wrecking Co.: Claim. Fil€t7 371-2 

American Laundry Machinery Co. : Vacation of part of an 
alley in E. Simon's Sub. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 

American Legion : 

Blackhawk Post No. 107 : endorsement of request for in- 
creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the 

City. Resolution, to Pittance 1976 

Cicero Post No. 96 : request for change in the name of 
22nd St. to "Harding road". Resolution, to Local 

Ind 1423-4 

Englewood Post : closing of W. 64th st. to traffic. Or- 
der, Passed 916 



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American Legion : 

Miller (John Franklin) Post No. 37 (Michigan City, 
Ind.) : request for the assignment of a flre-hoat from 
the City of Chicago for demonstration purposes at 
the State reunion. Come, (referred March 31, 

1923, p. 2158) , Filed 1287 

Roseland Post : permission for erection of reviewing stand. 

Order, Passed 761-2 

Koseland Post : permission to decorate S. Michigan av. 

with flags, etc. Order, Passed 761 

Roseland Post: use of E. 107th st. for a pageant of pro- 
gress. Order, Passed 761 

American Medical Assn. : 

I>ease of space on the Municipal Pier. Ordinance, 

Passed 1563-66 

Vault : acceptance and bond (under an ordinance passed 

March 21, 1923) . See 166 

American Medical Liberty League : Request for elimination 
of medical examinations in the public schools. Reso- 
lution, to Schools 1976 

American Musicians' Union : Endorsement of request for 
increases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Resolution, to Finance 2157 

American Paint Prod. Co. : Cancellation of warrant for col- 
lection. Order, Passed 679-80 

American Parlor Furniture Co. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 2503 

Barker. Lewis E. : Addition to building. Order, to 

BIdgs 1880 

Passed 2091 

Barley, A. : Sign. Order, Passed 1734 

Barlow, Edward W. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

American Radio Relay League, The : Protest against the 
passage of a proposed ordinance regulating the installa- 
tion and maintenance of radio apparatus. Come, (re- 
ferred June 13, 1922, page 524), Filed 1215-16 

American Railway Express Co. : 

Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1390 

Second Order, Passed 1476-7 

Pipes. Ordinance, Passed 1142-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 1424 

Use of City water for sprinkling purposes. Order, 

Passed 289-90 

American Railway Express Employes, Chicago Teamsters, 
Chauffeurs, Conductors and Helpers' Union : Local No. 

720 : endorsement of request for increases in salary rates 
of clerks employed by the City. Petition, to Finance. .2106 

American Realty Co. : Claim. To Finance 1671 

American Sand & Gravel Co. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed ' 406 

Sale of sand and gravel to the City. Orders, 

Parsed 1072, 1968 

American Show and Entertainment Co. : Canopy. Or- 
der, Passed 1301 

American State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 
der the beading "Banks and banking".) 

American Steel & Wire Co. : Claim. To Finance 970 

Ames, Carlos : Resignation as a member of the Civil Ser- 
vice Commission. Noted 675-6 

Ammonia refrigeration system. (See under the heading 

"Buildings".) 
Ammons, James W. : Claim. To Finance 896 

Amusements : 

Applications for licenses : requirement for approval by 

the City Council. Ordinance, to Judiciary 380 

Subst. Ordinance, Passed 582 

Reconsidered and Filed 658 

(Journal, corrected p. 585.)) 
Applications for licenses : temporary withholding of ap- 
proval pending a report of the Com. on Judiciary. 

Order, Passed 380 

Vetoed and to Judiciary 438 

Filed 751 

Athletic Commission, City : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2216 

Membership changed. Ordinance, to Rules 104 

Passed 141 

Report of newspaper publication. See 330 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Trans- 
fers of funds".) 
Athletics : 

• (Note also the items relating to amusements 
generally.) 



Amusements : 

Athletics : 

Athletic field (municipal). (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bath- 
ing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Baseball : designation of May 3, 1924, as "Chicago 

Baseball Day". Resolution, Adopted 2500-1 

Baseball : direction for submission of an ordinance 
licensing professional exhibitions. Resolution 
(referred Oct. 4, 1922, p. 1000), to Local Ind... 9 

To Finance 139 

Baseball : expression of appreciation of efforts made 
by Charles A. Comiskey to preserve clean sports- 
manship in baseball. Resolution, Adopted. 1854-5 
Bicycle Race, International Six-day (Oct. 28, 1923) : 
appointment of the Council as a reception com- 
mittee. Resolution, Adopted 930 

Jurisdiction over semi-professional and amateur ath- 
letic contests and exhibitions : direction for as- 
sumption of jurisdiction by the Com. on Public 
Recreation and Athletics. Resolution, Adopted 926 
Meets in connection with the use of City playgrounds 
and athletic fields : appropriation for expenses. 

See i22l5 

Physical Education, Department of : Department 
created ; powers and duties prescribed. Ordi- 
nance (referred Nov. 15, 1922, p. 1308), Filed. .liO-1 
Wrestling bouts : prohibition against staging in the 
City of Chicago. Resolution (referred March 

7, 1923, p. 2000) , Filed 140-1 

Ballrooms. (See "Dance halls and dances", below.) 
Billiard Commission. (See the heading "Billiard Com- 
mission".) 
Dance halls and dances : licensing and regulation. Or- 
dinance (referred Nov. 23, 1921, p. 1300), Filed 140-1 

Gas supply fixtures : direction for submission of an ordi- 
nance providing for installation in places of amuse- 
ment, etc. Resolution, to Bldgs 2129 

Theaters : 

(Note also the items relating to amusements 
generally.) 
Closing of theaters for violations of City ordinances : 
direction to withhold proposed closings pending 

an Investigation. Order, to Bldgs 1675 

Fire prevention in theaters : recommendation concern- 
ing sprinkler systems, panic locks on exit doors, 
stage vents, etc. (See the report of the Chief 
of F. P. and P. S., noted on pages 1552-7.) 
Tickets : direction for submission of an ordinance 
providing that the price of tickets be printed 
thereon. Resolution, (referred Jan. 17, 1923, 

p. 1703), Filed 751 

Tickets : prohibition against the sale of tickets for 
a greater sum than the price printed thereon. 

Ordinance, to Judiciary 1858 

Ancient Order of Foresters: Elliott (Gen. Robt.) Court 
No. 7895 : endorsement of request for increases in salary 
rates of clerks employed by the City. Petition, to 

Finance 2105 

Andalman, Samuel J. : 

Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of an ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate of compensation as special 

counsel. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 355-6 

Traction litigation : repeal of an ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate of compensation as special coun- 

. sel. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 355 

Anderen , Charles : Completion of repairs to building. 

Order, to Bldgs 203 

Parsed , • ••■ 424 

Andersen & Jensen : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Anderson, Andrew: Shed. Order, Passed 1233 

Anderson, Carl : Driveway. Order, Passed 938 

Anderson (Carl) Co. : Repair of Harbor boat No. 4. 

Order, Passed 1071 

Anderson & Claussou : Sign. Order, Passed 944 

Anderson, C. P. : Claim. To Finance 1382 

Anderson, E. R. : Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed..l041 

Anderson, H. C. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1926 

Anderson, H. E. : Driveways. Order, Passed 958-9 



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INDEX 



17 



Anderson, Louis li. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1'^ 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Anderson (Robert R.) Co. : ■ Driveway. Order, to Local 

ind 1234 

Parsed 1359 

Anderson, Rose : Auto-shed. Order. Passed ^^^ 

Anderson and Son: Sign. Order, Passed 2514 

Anderson, Tom : Sign. Order, Passed 1301 

Anderson, Webster : Maintenance of sheds. Order, 

Passed ''^^ 

Anderson & Winblad : Free permits for a building lor 

DePauI University. Come, Filed '-^44 

Order, Passed 320 1 

Andrews (A. H.) Co., The: Sale of benches to the City. 

Orders, Passed 490-1, 491 

.\ndrews, Joseph: Auto-shed. Order, to Btdc/s 918 

Passed 10^2 

Androlis, Anton: Driveways. Order, Passed 1227 

Angell (John E.) Steam Specialties Co. : Payment of addl- 

ditional cost for machinery and equipment installed for 

the City. Order. Passed 223-4 

Angellon, M. N. : Sign. Order, Passed 1289 

Angsten, John: TT\o-flat building. Order, to Bldgs 2076 

Passed -^^^ 

Angwell Curtain Co., Inc. : Clnim. Filed 371-2 

Anheuser-Busch, Inc. : Claim. Filed 1457 

Animals: Dog pound. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Police, Dept. ot".) 
Annes. I. : Sign. Order, Passed 2184 

Annexation, and disconnection of territory: 

Caldw-ell's Reservation : annexation, to the City of Chi- 
cago, of part of the northerly 80 acres of the N. B.Va, 

Townships 40 and 41-14. Petition, Filed 2023 

Ordinance (directing submission of the question 
to a referendum vote on April 8, 1924), Passed. . . .2023-4 
(Journal corrected, p. 2057.) 
Norwood Park, Township of : annexation, to the City of 
Chicago, of W. Vi of Sec. 8, and "^v. Vz of Sec. 
17-40-13. Ordinance (directing submission of the 

question to a referendum vote on Nov. 6, 1923), 

Passed 879 80 

Come, from the Corp. Counsel (in the matter 
of the legality of the referendum vote on the ques- 
tion), Puh. and Filed 1258-9 

(For the result of the referendum vote, see p. 

1337.) 

Norwood Park, Township of : annexation, to the City of 

Chicago, of W. V2 of Sec. 8 and W. % of Sec. 17- 

40-13, and part of S. E. 14, Sec. 18-40-13 (etc.). 

Petition. Filed 2083-4 

Ordinance (directing submission of the question 

to a referendum vote on April 8, 1924), Passed 2084-5 

Section 1-40-12 : annexation, to the City of Chicago, of 

part of N. W. 14. Petition. Filed 2023 

Ordinance (directing submission of the question 
to a referendum vote on April 8. 1924K Passe(J. .. 2023-5 
(Journal corrected, p, 2057.) 
Section 25-41-12 : annexation, to the City of Chicago, of 
Lots B, E, and part of D and A in Paine Estate 

Division. E. V2, S. W. %. Petition, Filed 2023 

Ordinance (dircting submission of the question 
to a referendum vote on April 8, 1924), Passed ... 2023-5 
(Journal corrected, p. 2057.) 
Stickney, Township of : annexation, to the City of Chi- 
cago, of S. Vz of Sec. 18, and N. % of N. V2 of 
Sec. 19-38-13. Certificate from the County Clerk 
(giving result of referendum vote on April 3, 1923), 

^ Put. and Filed ^ 

'^ Ordinance (annexing the territory). Passed 467 

Ordinance (making the territory a part of the 

loth Ward), Passed ■ 467-8 

Annoreno, Otto L. : Canopy (permission to Otto L. An- 

noreno and Tom Chamales) . Order, Passed 1055 

Ansley, Anna : Claim. To Finance 2128 

Anthony av. : 

Paving, from Stony Island av. to Jetfery av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pu6. and to 

Local Ind 504-9 

(Journal corrected, p. 585.) 

Ordinance. Pa.ised 2005-6 

Water supply pipe, from E. 83rd st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed ' 248-50 



Anti-Saloon League of Illinois : Direction for an investi- 
gation of activities. Resolution (referred Oct. 18, 
1922, p. 1134), Filed 140-1 

Antonopulos, Wm. J. : Driveways. Order, to Local /red. .2126 

Antros, William : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Apartment districts. (See under the heading "Zoning sys- 
tem".) 

Apex Motor Fuel Co.: 

Driveways. Order, Passed 552-3 

Extension of driveways. Order, Passed 958 

Appeals, Board of, under the "zoning ordinance". (See under 
the heading "Zoning system".) 

Appel, Charles L. : Removal from office as a member of the 

board of directors, Chicago Public Library. Noted 1423 

Appointments : 

"Accident" investigation commission. (See "Safety Com- 
mission", below.) 

Adamkewlcz, Stanley : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See S-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee: member. 

See l'84-5 

Adamowskl, Max : 

Democratic National Convention committee : member. 

See 1292 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: See.... 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 142 

Adams. David L. : member, Comn. for the Encouragement 

of Local Art. Approved 883 

Albert, Arthur F. ; Standing committees. See 8-9 

Anderson, Louis B. : 

Maypole funeral committee: member. See 583 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Appeals, Board of ("Zoning ordinance") : Allen B. Pond 
as chairman, and Joseph Kobylanski, James Young 
and Charles A. Bostrom as members. Approved.500, 763 
Appeals, Board of ("Zoning ordinance") :) John B. Trae- 

ger, as a member. Approved 967 

Art Commission of Chicago : Carter H. Harrison. Cyrus 
McCormick, Jr., Potter Palmer, Jarvis Hunt, Thomas 
A. O'Shaughnessy and Jens Jensen, as members. 

Approved ^86 

Art (Local). Commission for the Encouragement of: 
Carter H. Harrison, David L. Adams, Wm. O. Good- 
man, Frank V. Dudley, Emil R. Zettler, Frank G. 
Logan and Charles H. Burkholder, as members. 

Approved ^^^ 

Arvey, Jacob M. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War re- 
ception committee : member. See 538 

Johnson Immigration Bill committee : chairman. See.. 2011 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See l''8*-5 

Bell. Harry J.: member. Safety Commission. See 243-4 

Bicvcle Race (International Six-day) reception commit- 
tee. See 9^0 

Bostrom. Charles A.: member, Board of Appeals ("Zon- 
ing ordinance" ) . Approved ^*^^ 

Bowler, James B. : Commissioner of Compensation. 

Approved " 

Bowler, Thomas J. : 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee: member. 

See "«4-5 

Brieske. Leo M. : 

Haller (Gen Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Britton. Dr. James A. : director, Chicago Municipal Tuber- 
culosis Sanitarium. Approved 5^0 

Bryant. Edward F. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved 1^^"^ 

Buckley. Edward J. : Fire Marshal. Approved 675 

Buehler. Dr. Wm. : member. Safety Commission. See... 243-4 
Buildings, Commissioner of : Frank B. Doherty. Ap- 
proved ^'^^ 

Buildings and Zoning, Committee on : 

Membership. See 8, 113 

Chairman of the committee made an ex-officio mem- 
ber of the "Chicago Plan" Commission. See. . 12 



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1923-24 



Appointments : 

Burkholder, Charles H. : member, Comn. for the Encourage- 
ment of Local Art. Approved 833 

Busch, Francis X. : 

Corporation Counsel. Approved 13 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee: member. 

See 816 

Public Improvements South of Van Buren St., Ad- 
visory Committee on: member. See 834 

Taxing commission. See 672 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee: member. 

See 1776 

Business Agent : Frank F. Roeder. Approcca 109 

Byrne, Thomas F. : 

Democratic National Convention committee : member. 

See 1292 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee : member. 

See 1029 

Harding- (Warren G.) funeral committee: member. 

'See 816 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Carson, E. B. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved 1423 

Cepak, Joseph : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee. See.... 1029 

Maypole funeral committee: member. See 583 

Standing committees. See ...'... 8-9 

Cervenka, John A. : Taxing commission. See 672 

"Chicago Plan" Commission : Chairman of the Committees 
on Finance, Local Transportation, Railway Terminals, 
Local Industries, Streets and Alleys and Buildings 
and Zoning made ex-officio members of the commis- 
sion. Resolution, Adopted 12 

"Chicago Plan" Commission : Edward P. Bryant. L. B. 
Kilbourne, Charles F. Thompson, John A. Muldoon, 
Albert J. Plynn, Joseph T. Ilrody, John G. Zelezny. 
E. B. Carson, Albert Kuppenheimer, Charles F. W. 
Nichols and Oscar Gumblnsky, as members. Ap- 
proved 1423 

Chvatal, Dr. J. F. : member. Morals Commission. Ap- 
proved 1778-9 

City Collector : Thomas P. Keane. Approved 109 

City Comptroller: Martin J. O'Brien. Approved 12 

City Physician : 

Goy, Dr. Michael. Approved no 

Reconsidered and Filed 165-6 

Jones, Dr. David J. Approved 166 

Civil Service Commission : 

Evans, Edward : member. Approved 500 

Finn, Nicholas R. : member. Approved 13 

Pelka, John A. : member. Approved 675-B 

Clark, John S. : 

Maypole funeral committee: member. See 583 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Clinton, John : chairman. Board of Examiners of Station- 
ary Engineers. Approved 585-6 

Collins, Morgan A. : 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee : member. 

See 816 

Superintendent of Police. Approved 13 

Wilson (Woodrow) funerl committee: member. 

See 1776 

Committees and Rules, Committee on. See 9,113 

Compen.sation, Commissioner of : James B. Bowler. 

Approved 675 

Connors, Wm. J. : Supt., Department of License. Ap- 
proved 1708-9 

Cook, Judge Wells M. : member, Safety Commission. 

See 243-4 

Corporation Counsel: Francis X. Busch. Approved. . . 13 

Coughlin, John J.: Standing committees. See 8-9 

Courtney, Thomas J. : 

Sergeant-at-arms (City Council). See 11-12 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee: member. 

See 1784-5 

Cross, Ernest M. : 

Democratic National Convention committee : chair- 
man. See 1292 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee : member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Crowe, Dorsey R. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War re- 
ception committee : member. See 538 



Appointments: 

Crowe, Dorsey R. : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee : member. 

See 1029 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee: member. 

See 816 

Maypole funeral committee: chairman. See 583 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See 1784-5 

Democratic National Convention committee. See.. 1292 

Denemark, Edward J. : First Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 

(City Council) . See 11-12 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War reception 

committee. See 538 

Dixon, George W. : member. Safety Commission. See. 329-30 

Doherty, Frank E. : Commissioner of Buildings. 

Approved 675 

Dohney, John J. : Second Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 

(City Council). See 11-12 

Doyle, Thomas A. : member. Board of Local Improve- 
ments. Approved 108-9 

Dudley. Frank V. : member. Comn. for the Encourage- 
ment of Local Art. Approved . 833 

Eaton, Charles S. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War re- 
ception committee : member. See 538 

Fire Department investigation committee : member. 

See 2137 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee : member. 

See 816 

Public Improvements South of Van Buren St., Ad- 
visory Committee on: member. See 834 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee: member. 

See 1784-5 

Eckland, Oscar W. : member, Board of Local Improve- 
ments. Approved 1328 

Education, Board of : Charles M. Moderwell, Edgar N. 
Greenebaum, Mrs. Helen M. Hefferan, Grace Temple, 
James Mullenbach, Julius F. Smietanka and Will- 
iam K. Fellows as members. Approved 240-1 

EfiSciency, Economy and Rehabilitation, Committee on. 

See 9, 113 

Electricians, Board of Examiners of Supervising : Walter 

Sheffer as a member. See 834 

Engineers (Stationary), Board of Examiners of: 

Clinton, John: chairman. Approved 585-6 

Graefe. Paul and Michael Konkolewski : members. 

Approved 833 

Etchingham, Wm. : Superintendent, Randolph St. Market. 

Approved 586 

Evans, Edward : member. Civil Service Commission. 

Approved 500 

Fellows, William K. : member. Board of Education. 

Approved 240-1 

Fick, Henry L. : 

McNichols (James) funeral committee : member. 

See 822 

Public Improvements South of Van Buren St., Ad- 
visory Committee on : member. See 834 

Standing committees : See 8-9 

Finance, Committee on : 

Chairman of the committee made an ex-officio mem- 
ber of the "Chicago Plan" Commission. See.. 12 

Membership. See 8, 113 

Finn, Nicholas -R. : President and member of the Civil 

Service Commission. Approved 13 

Fire Department investigation committee. See 2137 

Fire Marshal: Edward J. Buckley. Approved 675 

Flynn, Albert J. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved 1423 

Fowler, H. N. : member. Safety Commission. See. .. .329-30 

Frankhauser, E. I. : 

Fire Department investigation committee : member. 

See : 2137 

Johnson Immigration Bill committee : member. 

See 2011 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Fyffe, Colin C. H. : member, board of directors, Chicago 

Public Library. Approved 1423 

Gas and Electricity, Commissioner of : John T. Miller. 

Approved 675 

Gas, Oil and Electric Light, Committee on. See 8, 113 



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INDEX 



19 



Appointments : 

Gibbons, John P. : Oil Inspector. Approved 110 

Goodman, Wm." O. : membei-, Comn. for the Encourage- 
ment of Local Art. Approved 833 

Gorman, Al. F. : Taxing commission. See t>72 

Govier, Sheldon W. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War re- 
ception committee : member. See 538 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committees: member. 

See 177C, 1784-5 

Go.v, Dr. Michael: City Physician. Approved 110 

Reconsiilcrcd and Filed 165-0 

Graefe, Paul ; member, Board of Examiners of Station- 
ary Engineers. Approved 833 

Graham, Richey V. : Supt. of the House of Correction. 

Approved HO 

Greenebaum, Edgar N. : member. Board of Education. 

Approved 240-1 

Guernsey, Guy : 

Fire Department investigation committee: chairman. 

See 2137 

Hardins (Warron G.) funeral committee: chairman. 

See 810 

Johnson Immigration Bill committee : member. 

See 2011 

Maypole funeral committee: member. See 583 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Gumbinsky. Oscar : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved 1423 

Hajicek, Frank G. : member of the Board of Inspectors, 

House of Correction. Approved 1973-4 

Hallam, Wirt W. : member. Morals Commission. Ap- 
proved 1778-9 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee. See 1029 

Hansen, J. C. : member. Retirement Board, Policemen's 

Annuity and Benefit Fund. See 834 

Harbor Master: William J. Lynch. Approved 109 

Harbors, Wharves and Bridges, Committee on. See.. 8, 113 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee. See 816 

Harrison, Carter H. : 

Art Commission of Chicago : member. Approved. . 586 
Ix)cal Art, Commission for the Encouragement of : 

member. Approved 833 

Hefferan, Mrs. Helen M. : member. Board of Education. 

Approved 240-1 

High Costs and Public JIarkets, Committee on. See. .9, 113 

Hogan, Timothy A. : 

Democratic National Convention committee : mem- 
ber. See 1292 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Horan, Albert J. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War re- 
ception committee : member. See 538 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See - 1784-5 

Horan, Dennis A. : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See ...1029 

Maypole funeral committee : member. See 583 

McNichols (James) funeral committee: member. 

See 822 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

House of Correction : 

Graham, Richey V. : as Superintendent. Approved 110 
Hajicek, Frank G., Samuel Rosen and Otto M. Rice : 
as members of the Board of Inspectors. Ap- 
proved 1973-4 

Hrody. Joseph T. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved ' 1423 

Hunt, Jarvls : member, Art Commission of Chicago. 

Approved 586 

larussi. Michael : member, board of directors, Chicago 

Public Library. Approved 1423 

Jackson, Robert ft. : standing committees. See 8-9 

Jensen, Christ A.: standing committees. See 8-9 

Jensen, Jens : member. Art Commission of Chicago. 

Approved 586 



Appointments : 

Joerns, Arnold C. : member. Safety Commission. See.. 243-4 

Johnson Immigration Bill committee. See 2011 

Jones, Dr. David J. : City Physician. Approved. 106 

Judiciary, Committee on. See • -8, 113 

Kaindl, Edward J. : 

"Chicago Plan" Commission: member. See 12 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

I'liblic Improvements South of Van Bureu St., Ad- 
visory Committee on : member. See 834 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Keane, Thomas P. : City Collector. Approved 109 

Kelker, Major R. F. : member. Safety Commission. 

See 243-4 

Kilbourne, L. B. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved 1423 

Kllnke, Harry : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee : member. 

See 1029 

Johnson Immigration Bill committee : member. 

See 2011 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Kobyhuiski, Joseph; member, lioard of Appeals ("Zoning 

ordinance ' ) . Approved 500 

Kohl, Harry : Chief Inspector of Steam Boilers and Steam 

Plants. Approved 109 

Kolar, Andrew J., Jr. : member, board of directors, Chi- 
cago Public Library. Approved 1423 

Konkolewski, Michael : member. Board of Examiners of 

Stationary Engineers. Approved 833 

Kostner, Joseph O. : 

"Chicago I'lan" Commission: member. See 12 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee: member. 

See 816 

Maypole funeral committee: member. See 583 

McXichols (James) funeral committee: member. 

See 822 

Public Improvements South of Van Buren St., Ad- 
visory Committee on: member. See 834 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See 1784-5 

Kunstmann, Ernest J. : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Kuppenheimer, Albert : member, "Chicago Plan" Commis- 
sion. Approved 1423 

Library, Chicago Public : Andrew J. Kolar, Jr., Colin C. 
H. Fyffe, Louis Severson and Michael larussi as 
members of the board of directors. Approved. . .14,23 

License, Department of: Wm. J. connors, as Supt. 

Approved 1708-9 

Link, Frank J. : 

Fire Department investigation committee : member. 

See 2137 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee: member. 

See 1776 

Lipps, Wm. F. : member. Advisory Committee on Public 

Improvements South of Van Buren St. See 834 

Local Improvements, Board of : 

Eckland, Oscar W. : member. Approved 1328 

Rydzewski, Frank X. : vice-president and member. 

Approved 108 

Sloan, John J. : president and member. Approved 108 
Toman (John), Thomas A. Doyle and Mitchell C. 

Robin : member. Approved 108-9 

Local Industries, Streets and Alleys, Committee on : 

Chairman of the committee made an ex-officio mem- 
ber of the "Chicago Plan" Commission. See.. 12 

Membership. See 8, 113, 142 

Local Transportation, Committee on : 

Chairman of the committee maded an ex-officio mem- 
ber of the "Chicago Plan" Commission. See. . 12 

Membership. See 8, 113 

Loehr, Leon L. : member. Retirement Board, Policemen's 

Annuity and Benefit Fund. See 834 

Logan, Frank G. : member, Comn. for the Encouragement 

of Loc.ll Art. Apprnrod 833 



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1923-24 



Appointments: 

Lyle, John H. : 

Haller (Oen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee : member. 

See 816 

Maypole funeral committee : member. See 583 

Standing committees. See 8-0, 113 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See 1784-,5 

Lynch, William J. : Harbor Master. Approved 109 

Martin, Lieut. John : member. Safety Commission. 

See 243-4 

Mayer, Si: member, Safety Commission. See 243-4 

Mayor's Safety Commission. (See "Safety Commis- 

sion", below.) 

Maypole funeral committee. See 583 

Maypole, George M. : 

Haller (Gen, Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee : member. 

See 81(5 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committees: chairman 

and member. See 1776, 1784-5 

McCormick, Cyrus, Jr. : member, Art Commission of Chi- 
cago. Approved 586 

McCormick, J. C. : member, Retirement Board, Police- 
men's Annuity and Benefit Fund. See 834 

McDonough, Joseph B. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War recep- 
tion committee : member. See 538 

Firv) Department investigation committee : member. 

See 2137 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

McDowell. Mary : Commissioner of Public Welfare. 

Approved 1'^ 

McKinlay, Donald S. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War recep- 
tion committee : member. See 538 

Fire Department investigation committee : member. 

See 2137 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

McNamee, Rev. W. J. : member. Morals Commission. 

Approved 1778-9 

McNichols (James) funeral committee. See 822 

Mendel, Joseph A. : 

Democratic National Convention committee : member. 

See 1292 

Maypole funeral committee : member. See 583 

McNichols (James) funeral committee: chairman. 

See 822 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Meyering, Wm. D. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War recep- 
tion committee: chairman. See 538 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Miller, John T. : Commissioner of Gas and Electricity. 

Approved 075 

Mills, Wiley W. : 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committees: member. 

See 1776, 1784-5 

Moderwell, Charles M. : member. Board of Education. 

Approved 240-1 

Morals Commission : Rev. W. J. McNamee, Dr. L. E. 
Schmidt, Dr. J. F. Chvatal and Wirt W. Hallam as 

members. Approved 1778-9 

Moran, Terence F. : standing committees. See 8-9 

Muldoon, John A. : member : "Chicago Plan" Commis- 
sion. Approved 1423 

Mullenbach, James : member. Board of Education. Ap- 
proved 240-1 

Neer, Wm. A.: member, Safety Commission. See 243-4 

Nelson, Oscar F. : 

Johnson Immigration Bill committee : member. 

See 2011 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See 1784-5 



Appointments : 

Nichols, Charles F. W. : member, "Chicago Plan" Com- 
mission. Approved 1423 

O'Brien, Martin J. : 

City Comptroller. Approved 12 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee : member. 

See 1029 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee : member. 

See 816 

Taxing commission. See 672 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committees : chairman 

and member. See 1776, 1784-5 

O'Shaughnessy, Thomas A. : member, Art Commission 

of Chicago. Approved 586 

O'Toole, William R. : 

"Chicago Plan" Commission: member. See 12 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See 1029 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Palmer, Potter : member. Art Commission of Chicago. 

Approved 586 

Pelka, John A. : member. Civil Service Commission. 

Approved 675-6 

Petlak, Joseph : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee : member. 

See • 1029 

Johnson Immigration Bill committee : member. 

See 2011 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committees: member. ■ 
See ' 1776. 1784-5 

Plumbers, Board of Examiners of : Julius Newman as a 

member. Approved 832-3 

Police and Municipal ' Institutions, Committee on. 

See 8, 113 

Police, Superintendent of : Morgan A. Collins. Ap- 
proved 13 

Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund : J. C. Hansen, 
John A. McCormick and L«on L. Loehr as members 
of the Retirement Board. See 834 

Pond, Allen B. : chairman, Board of Appeals ("Zoning 

ordinance" ) . Approved 500 

Pontow, William H. : Standing committees. See... 8-9 

Powers, John: Standing committees. See 8-9, 142 

Public Health, Committee on. See 8, 113 

Public Improvements South of Van Buren St., Advisory 

Committee on. See 834 

Public Recreation and Athletics, Committee on. See. .9, 113 

Public Service, Commissioner of : X«o Winiecki. Ap- 
proved 499-500 

Public Welfare, Commissioner of : Mary McDowell. Ap- 
proved IS 

Public Works, Commissioner of : Albert A. Sprague. 

Approved 12-13 

Public Works, Deputy Commissioner of : Clayton F. 

Smith. Approved 13 

Railway Terminals, Committee on : 

Chairman of the committee made an ex-officio member 

of the "Chicago Plan" Commission. See 12 

Members. See 8, 113 

Randolph St. Market : Wm. Etchingham as Superin- 
tendent. Approved 586 

Revenue. Commission on. Resolution, Adopted 12 

Reconsidered and Filed 164 

Rice, Otto M, : member of the Board of Inspectors, House 

of Correction. Approved 1973-4 

Robin, Mitchell C. : member, Board of Local Improve- 
ments. Approved 108-9 

Roeder, Prank F. : Business Agent. Approved 109 

Rosen, Samuel : member of the Board of Inspectors, 

House of Correction. Approved 1973-4 

Ryan, Patrick F. : Standing committees: See 8-9 

Rydzewski, Frank X. : vice-president and member. Board 

of Local Improvements. Approved 108 

Safety Commission. See 243-4, 329-30 

Schmidt, Dr. L. E'. : member. Morals Commission. Ap- 

proted 1778-9 

Schools, Fire and Civil Service, Committee on. See. .8, 113 

Schwartz Ulysses S. : 

"Chicago Plan" Commission: member. See 12 

Fire Department investigation committee : member. 

See 2137 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Self, George: Standing committees. See 8-9 



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INDEX 



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Appointments : 

Sei-geant-at-.\rms, Assistant: John Twohig. See 11-12 

Sergeant-at Arms (City Council) : Thomas J. Courtney. 

See 1^'^^ 

Sergeant-at-Arms, First Assistant (City Council) ; Ed- 
ward .T. Denemark. See 11-12 

Sergeant-at-Arms, Second Assistant : John J. Dohney. 

See ^^'^- 

Severson, Louis : member, board of directors, Chicago 

Public Library. Approved l-*^-* 

Shaw, Walter A. : City's representative on the Board of ^^ 
Supervising Engineers. Approved 12o7-8 

Sheffer, Walter: member, Board of Examiners of Super- 
vising Electricians. See ^-^^ 

Sievers, A. C. : Standing committees. See 8-9 

Sloan. John J. : 

Local improvements, Board of : president and mem- 
ber. Approved ^"^ 

Public improvements South of Van Buren St., Ad- 
visory Committee on: member. See Si^-l 

Taxing commission. See ^"^^ 

Smletanka, Julius F. : member, Board of Education. 

Approved 240-1 

Smith, Clayton F. : Deputy Commissioner of Public 

Works. Approved ^^ 

Smith. Joseph : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: meml)er. 

See 10^!! 

Standing committees. See 8-9, Ho 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See 1^8^-5 

Sprague, A. A. : 

Commissioner of Public Works. Approved 1-13 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: chairman. 

See 10-9 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee: member. 

See SI" 

Public Improvements South of Van Buren St., Ad- 
visory Committee on: chairman. See 834 

Taxing commission. See "'- 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee : member. 

See 1"*^ 

Steam Boilers and Steam Plants, Chief Inspector of: 

Harry Kohl. Approved ^^^ 

Sui>ervising Engineers, Board of : Walter A. Shaw as the 

City's representative. Approved 1257-8 

Taxing commission. See "'- 

Temple, Grace : member. Board of Education. Ap- 
proved ^^""1 

Thompson, Charles F. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commis- 
sion. Approved i-i^S 

Toman, John: member. Board of Local Improvements. 

Approved '^'^^'^ 

Tomczak, Frank J. : 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

See •. '/O^^^ 

Safety Commission : chairman. See 243-4 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Touhy. John J. : 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War recep- 
tion committee : member. See '538 

McNlchols (James) funeral committee: member. 

See 822 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Track Elevation, Committee on. See 8, 113 

Traeger. John E. : member. Board of Appeals ("Zoning 

ordinance" ) . Approved ^^'^ 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium, Chicago Municipal: Dr. James 

A. Britton as a director. Approved 500 

Twohig, John: Asst. Sergeant-at-Arms (City Council). 

See 11'12 

Vacco, Carmen: Inspector of Weights and Measures. 

Approved " 

Wallace Thomas O. : 

Harding (Warren G.) funeral committee: member. 

See 816 

Standing committees. See 8-9 

Weights and Measures, Inspector of : Carmen Vacco. 

Approved ■'•■'■" 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committees. See. . .1776, 1784-5 

Winiecki, Leo: Comr. of Public Service. Approved. 499-500 
WoodhuU, Ross A. : 

"Chicago Plan" Commission: member. See 12 

Haller (Gen. Joseph) reception committee: member. 

see 10^9 



Appointments : 

Woodhull. Ross -\. : 

Standing committees. See 8-9, 113 

Taxing commission. See ^"^'^ 

Wilson (Woodrow) funeral committee: member. 

See "84-5 

Young, James: member. Board of Appeals ("Zoning or- 
dinance"). Approved 500 

Zelezny, John G. : member, "Chicago Plan" Commission. 

Approved 1423 

Zettler, Emil R. : member, Comn. for the Encouragement 

of Local Art. Approved 833 

Appomattox Club : Endorsement of retjuest for increases in 

salary rates of clerks employed by the City. Petition, 

to Finance 210S 

Appropriations : 

1922. 
Supplementary appropriations. 

Ordinance (appropriating .fSOO.OOO from the Cor- 
porate Purposes Fund for street and alley cleaning, re- 
moval of garbage, etc.) (referred June 7, 1922, p. 294), 

Filed ■^"^ 

1923. 
Annual -Appropriation Bill for 1923 : 

(a) Report of newspaper publication. See 4 

(b) Note — For the intermediate action of the 
Council on the appropriation ordinance, see the 
following : 

Order (directing an appropriation of .$500,- 
000 for installation of street lights in the out- 
lying districts) (referred Feb. 28, 1923, p. 1914), 

Filed 371-2 

Resolution (directing the allotment of 1923 
appropriations for street and alley cleaning by 
Wards) (referred March 7, 1923, p. 1993), 

Filed ^'''1-2 

Order (directing an appropriation for a 
bridge across the Chicago River at N. La Salle 
St.) (referred Nov. 1, 1022, p. 1228), Filed.... 703 

Order (directing an appropriation of $200,- 
000 for the installation of a water purittcation 
system at municipal bathing beaches) (referred 

Nov. 22, 1922, p. 1357), Filed 703 

Order (directing that provision be made for 
fifteen additional ward superintendents, ward 
yards, sites and clerks, and that appropriations 
for street and alley cleaning be allotted by 
wards) (referred Dec. 6. 1922, p. 1481), Filed. 703 

Order (directing an appropriation for an 
additional fire-boat) (referred Jan. 2, 1923, p. 

1626) , Filed "^^^ 

(c) Note — For the subsequent action of the Coun- 
cil on matters in connection with the appropria- 
tion ordinance, see the following : 

Amendment (providing for the employment 
of an electrical mechanic in the Dept. of Gas 

and Electricity), to Finance 98 

Order, Passed '^83 

Amendments (providing for the employment 
of senior clerks in lieu of junior clerks in the 
Dept. of Gas and Electricity), to Finance. . .15^, 159 

Order (directing an appropriation for ade- 
quate bathing facilities at the Joseph Medill 

Public Bath), to Finance 311 

Filed "^"4 

tlon ordinance, see the following : 

Order (directing the employment of fifteen 
additional Ward Superintendents), to Finance... 311 

Filed ''^04 

Ordinance changing an appropriation for 
additional compensation to Police Lieutenants 
to make same effective April 1, 1923, in lieu of 

Jan. 1, 1923), Passed 415-16 

Order (changing the schedule of percen- 
tages for expending appropriations for street 

and alley cleaning) , Passed 446 

Sundry Comes, (concerning appropriations 
and salary increases) (referred to Com. on 

Finance) , Filed ''^^ 

Order (directing a survey of 1923 expendi- 
tures for the purpose of appropriating the un- 
expended balance for street and alley cleaning), 

to Finance 1035 

Filed 1458 



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Appropriations : 

1923. 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1923 : 

Printing of the Bill: payment for the work (John 

P. Higgins) . Order, Passed 230 

Salaries and current expenses for the period following 
Dec. 31, 1922, and prior to the passage of the An- 
nual Appropriation Bill for 1923. Amendment to 
ordinance (for Jan. 1923) (referred Jan. 17, p. 1683), 

Filed 371-2 

Supplementary appropriations : 

Ordinance (appropriating $6,000 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for publication of the "Zoning ordi- 
nance"), Passed 237 

Report of newspaper publication. See 330 

Come, from The Chicago Assn. of Commerce, The 
111. Manufacturers Assn. and The Real Estate Board 
of Chicago (requesting an appropriation for the pub- 
lication of the building ordinances and other related 

ordinances in a separate pamphlet), to Finance 331 

Filed 1457 

Ordinance (appropriating $245,500 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for the Dept. of Public Welfare, the 
City Comptroller and the Bureau of Streets), 

Passed 592 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $300,000 from the 
Special Assessment Fund — Interest on Deposits and 
Investments for the retirement of special assess- 
ment bonds and vouchers), Passed 592-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $41,410 from the 
Vehicle Tax Fund for the Bureau of Engineering, the 

City Collector and the City Clerk), Passed .592-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See.. 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $50,000 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for the payment of interest on tax 

anticipation warrants) , Passed 594 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $6,050 from the Water 

Fund for the payment of judgments). Passed 594 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $64,800 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for the employment of license inves- 
tigators ) , Passed 594-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $5,000 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for surveys of railroad encroach- 
ments on public lands by the Com. on Local Indus- 
tries, etc. ) , Passed 623-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $484,000 from the Wa- 
ter Fund for extension of water mains, sundry bet- 
terments, etc.), Passed 645-6 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Ordinance (appropriating $11,670 from miscel- 
laneous receipts for payment of salaries and operating 
expenses of the Department of Compensation), 

Passed 658-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

1924. 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1924 : 

(a) Committee report, Deferred and Pui 2162 

Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 

Passed ;, 2205-2366 

(Journal corrected, pp. 2369-70, and April 25, 
1924, p. 2543.) 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2370-2400 

Amendatory Ordinance (amending the Bill), 

Passed 2525-40 

Resolution (commending the Chairman and Mem- 
bers of the Com. on Finance for labors in connection 
with the Bill) , Adopted 2367 

(b) Note — For the intermediate action of the Coun- 
cil on the appropriation ordinance, see the fol- 
lowing : 

Order (authorizing payment of Griffen- 
hagen & Associates, Ltd. for preparatory work 
on the Bill) , Passed 877 

Resolution (directing that consideration be 
given to the requests of City employes for salary 
increases and that the "budget" be completed and 
submitted to the City Council not later than 
Jan. 15, 1924), to Finance 956 

Report (Com. on Finance), Puh. and Filed.- 992 



Appropriations : 

1924. 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1924 : 

Resolution (pledging $1,000,000 additional 
for street and alley cleaning, $400,000 for the 
Installation of refuse incinerators and $600,000 
for Improved transportation facilities for the re- 
moval of refuse), to Finance 1022 

Resolution (directing that provision be made 
for salary increases for members of the police 

force) , Pub. and to Finance 1039 

Order (directing an appropriation for the 
installation of fire alarm and police patrol boxes 
in the northwest section of the city), to Finance. 1127 

Orders (directing an appropriation for the 
establishment of a fire station at Irving Park 

boul. and N. Central av.), to Fina/nce 1128, 1481 

Order (directing an appropriation for the 
establishment and maintenance of five hundred 

public comfort stations), to Health 1233 

Order (directing that provision be made for 
increasing the salaries of the President and Mem- 
bers of the Board of Local Improvements), to 

Finance 1522 

Order (directing that provision be made for 
the establishment of a handball court in fire 
station at No. 202 E. Chicago av.), to Finance. .IGiiO 

Come, from the C. P. W. (requesting an ap- 
propriation for the purchase of a fuel-oil storage 
tank for the Bureau of Streets), to Finance. .. .IS^i 

Resolution (directing an appropriation for 
the operation and maintenance of a hospital or 

refuge for narcotic addicts), to Finance 1946 

Order (directing an appropriation of $500.00 
for the purchase of the Gilbert Stuart portrait 

of George Washington), to Finance 1950 

Order (directing an appropriation for the re- 
moval of surplus dirt from certain streets in the 

39th Ward) , to Finance 1960 

Ordinance (authorizing employment of cer- 
tain employes in the Fire Dept. and Dept. of 
Public Weflare pending passage of the Bill), 

Passed 1999-2000 

Resolution (In the matter of the proposed 
elimination from the 1924 "budget" of the posi- 
tions of Secretary and Track Elevation En- 
gineer in the Com. on Track Elevation), to 

,' Finance 2012 

Come, from the Comr. of G-as and Electricity 
(requesting an appropriation for rehabilitation 
of the municipal street-lighting system), to 

G., 0. & E. L 2061 

Resolution (directing the revamping of ap- 
propriations for experts, special counsel. Coun- 
cil committees, etc.), to Finance 2078-9 

Resolution (directing the submission of de- 
tailed information concerning a proposed appro- 
priation of $2,300,000 from the "traction 

funds"), to Finance 2126 

Bond-issue proceeds : Annual appropriations from the 

bond funds. See 2312-28 

"Contract liabilities" : interpretation of Items of appro- 
priations (Sec. 5 of the Annual Appropriation Bill). 

See 2206 

Corporate Purposes Fund : Annual appropriations 

from the fund. See 2209-2308 

Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental) for 1924. 

To Finance 1874 

Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental) for 1924 : 
authority for printing (Geo. G. Renneker Co.). 

Order, Passed 1833 

Order (adjusting amount of compensation for the 

work) , Deferred and Pub 2466 

Firemen's Pension Tax Fund : Annual appropriations 

from the fund. See 2310 

House of Correction Employes' Pension Tax Fund : An- 
nual appropriations from the fund. See 2311 

Humane Societies Fund : Annual appropriations from 

the fund. See 2310 

Library (Chicago Public) Tax Fund : Annual appro- 
priations from the fund. See 2311 

Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund : 

Annual appropriations from the fund. See 2310 

Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund : Annual 

appropriations from the fund. See .2310 



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INDEX 



23 



Appropriations : 

1924. 
Salaries aud current expenses for the period following 
Dec. 31, 1923, and prior to the passage of the An- 
nual Appropriation Bill for 1924. Ordinance (for 

January, 1924), Passed 1508-9 

Second Ordinance (for January, 1924) (author- 
rizing expenditures under certain standard accounts), 

Passed 1*»50 

Ordinance (for February, 1924), i'osscJ. .. .1714-15 

Ordinance (for March, 1924), Passed 1923-4 

School Tax Fund : Annual appropriations from the 

fund. See ^311 

Sinking Funds and Interest, Special Tax Fund for : 

Annual appropriations from the fund. See ....2309 

Special Assessment Fund — Interest on Deposits and In- 
vestments : Annual appropriations from the fund. 

See i'312 

Special funds, miscellaneous : Annual appropriations 

from miscellaneous bond funds. See 2312-28 

"Traction funds" : Annual appropriations from the 

fund. See 2312 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium (Chicago Municipal) Tax Fund: 

Annual appropriations from the fund. See 2312 

Unclaimed Rebate Fund : Annual appropriations from 

the fund. See 2312 

"Unpaid bills" : interpretation of items of appropriations 

(Sec. 5 of the Annual Appropriation Bill). See. .220« 

Vehicle Tax Fund : Annual appropriations from the 

fund. See 2329-35 

Water Fund : Annual appropriations from the fund. 

See 2336-65 

General. 
Charging of particular expenditures to particular 
appropriations. (See the notations under par- 
ticular items, noted under the names of the 
respective bureaus and departments affected.) 
Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental) : direc- 
tion for submission to the City Council not later 
than ten days prior to January 1st of each year. 

Ordinance, to Finance 2492 

Liabilities In excess of items of appropriation : in- 
currence of, during 1924, prohibited (Sec. 4 of 

the Annual Appropriation Bill). See 2206 

Limitations placed on particular items of appropria- 
tion by the City Council : in the matter of the 
effectiveness of provisions requiring further 
specific action by the City Council prior to the 
expenditure of the particular moneys appropri- 
ated. Come. (Corp. Counsel)) and Opinion 
(Appellate Court of the First District) (re- 
ferred Jan. 11, 1922, pp. 1592-6),) Filed 371-2 

Transfers of funds in appropriations. (See the head- 
ing "Transfers of funds".) 

Arado, Tony J. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 941 

Passed ■ ^^^^ 

Aranson, A. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 552 

Passed "^^^ 

Arbor pi. : Switch track In and along the street, west of 

Ogden av. (See under "Eckhart (B. A.) Milling Co." 

under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Arbuekle, Roscoe : Prohibition against the exhibition of 

films featuring Roscoe Arbuekle. Resolution (referred 

Dec. 27, 1922, p. 1591), Filed 140-1 

Come, from the Commander of Loyd Wheaton Post 
v. of F. W. (objecting to the proposed action of the City 

Council) (referred Jan. 2, 1923, p. 1620), Filed 140-1 

Archambault & Co. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 1394 

Passed 1*^^'^ 

Archer av. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Building at Nbs. 5788-90 : permission for maintenance and 

occupancy : Order, to Bldgs 912 

Filed 1220 

Gypsies, in the vicinity of S. Harding av. : protest against 
the proposed location of a tribe. Come. (Archer- 

Crawford Taxpayers' Improvement Assn.), to Police. .ieQ-7 

Ordinance (prohibiting camping without per- 
mits). Passed • 2153 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2401 



Archer av. : 

Paving and improving, from S. Central Park av. to S. 

Kostner av. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Puh. 

and to Local Ind 2407-11 

(Journal corrected April 25, 1924, pp. 2543-4.) 
Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to W. 51st st. (n. side), etc. 

(system) (suppl. special assess.). Ordinance, 

Passed • 1030 

Sidewalks, from S. Cicero av. to S. Laramie av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed • • • 2497 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water supply pipe, from S. Massasoit av. to S. Mayfleld 

av. (n. side) . Order, Passed 911 

Water supply pipe, from S. McVIcker av. to S. Meade 

av. Order, Passed 1387 

Water supply pipe, from S. Meade av. to S. McVicker av. 

Order, Passed . .■ • • ■ VZ'SS 

Architecture, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2289 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed ....2389 
Certain Items, Amended 2535 

Capital account. (For data, if any. see "Capital ac- 
counts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Architecture (Bureau of) Capital Account. (For data, if 

any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance". > 

Ardmore av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Sidewalk, from Newark av to N. Newcastle av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed ^39 

Areaways in sidewalk space. (See under the respective streets 
and alleys, and under the names of particular individuals, 
etc. For miscellaneous data, see under "Occupation of 
streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading 
"Streets".) 
Arenson, A. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 956-7 

Passed 1098-9 

Arf, Francis H. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. .1\25 

Passed ■ ^^^^ 

Argosy Film Service: Claim (presented as claim of Na- 
tional Film & Export Co.). Order, Passed 2454 

Argyle st. : 

Jfrtty at Lake Michigan : recommendation for construc- 
tion so as to make the waters of the shore accessible 
to bathers. (See the report of the Com. on Local 
Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michigan" under 
the heading "Streets".) 
Opening and extension of the street, from Lincoln av. 

to N. Western av. Petition, to B. L. 1 324 

Paving and improving, from N. Kildare av. to N. Kll- 
bourn av. (See "Paving and improving, from Law- 
rence av. to Argyle St., etc." under the heading 
"Kenneth av.") 
Paving, from N. Robey st. to the C. & N. W. R. R. 

Ordinance, Passed '"" 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Kostner av., 
Lowell av., N. Kildare av. and N. Kenneth av. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from 
Lawrence av. to Argyle st., etc." under the heading 
"Kenneth av.") 
Sidewalk, from N. Mozart st. to 276.53 ft. west of N. 
Francisco av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Parsed 960 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 658 ft. east of Sheridan road to 

192 ft. eastward. Order. Passed 248-50 

Ariess, Emil : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Arkin, Peter : Driveway. Order, Passed 1232 

Arlington pi. : Tunnel under and across the street, west 

of N. Clark st. (See under the heading "Lincoln Park 
Manor Building Corp.") 
Armistice Day : Observance of the day (Novemmer 11, 

1923). Proclamation (Mayor), Pm6. and Filed 1173 



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Armitage ay. : 

Bridge (covered passageway) over, and tunnel under the 
street, vs^est of Mendell st. (See under the heading 
"Eisendrath (Joseph N.) Co.") 
Canopy at No. 3064. (See under the heading "Benesch, 

Elmer E.") 
Canopy at No. 3553. (See under the headings "Roths- 
child, Leah B." and "Rothschild, Maurice M.") 
Canopy at No. 4048. (See under the heading "Nieman, 

C. v.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Milwaukee av. to 

first alley east (n. side). Ordinance, Passed. .. .1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Milwaukee av. to 
west building line of No. 2455 (s. side). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Repair of pavement, from Humboldt boul. to N. Cicero 

av. Order (referred April 19, 1922, p. 45), Filed. . 702 
Sidewalk, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Sayre av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 217 

Sidewalk, from N. Sayre av. to 235.18 ft. west of N. 
Nordlca av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 217 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Switch track along and across the street, west of N. Cen- 
tral av. (See under "Wisconsin Lime & Cement Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water meter at No. 2643 : removal. Order, to Finance. 635 

Water meter at No. 4400 : removal. Order, to Finance. 401 

Armour & Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Armour Institute of Technology ; Conduit. Ordinance, 

to Local Ind 896 

Passed 1143-4 

Acceptance and bond. See 1558 

Army Relief, Flying Demonstration : Expression of ap- 
proval. Resolution, Adopted 900 

Army Relief Fund Assn. : Co-operation of certain City 
departments with the association in the Armistice Day 

Aviation Meet. Order, Passed 1023 

Arndt, Louis : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Arnold (Adolph) estate : Maintenance of stairway areas, 

etc. Order, to Local Ind 1524 

Arnold, W. P. : Water supply pipe connection. Order, 

Passed 317 

Aron, Oeorge : Claim. Filed .371-2 

Aronson and Thompson: Driveways. Order, Passed ... 1238 

Art Commission of Chicago : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See .2226 

Art (Local), Commission for the Encouragement of: 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Membership : one member to be appointed upon recom- 
mendation of the Painters and Sculptors of Chicago 
in lieu of the Artists' Guild. Ordinance, Passed.. 103 
Art. works of : 

Appropriation for the purchase of works of art of local 

talent. See 2227 

Stuart (Gilbert) portrait of George Washington: in the 
matter of purchase. Order (directing an appro- 
priation of $500.00) , to Finance 1950 

Resolution (endorsing a movement for purchase 

by popular subscription) , Adopted 1957 

Artesian av. : 

Drains, between W. 105th st. and W. 107th st., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 303 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water meter at n.e. cor. of W. 66th st. : removal. 

Order, to Finance 302 

Water supply pipe, from Granville av. to 204 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Rosemont av. to Devon av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1056 

Water supply pipe, from W. 48th st. to 41 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st. 

Order, Passed 2063 

Water supply pipe, from W. 111th st. to 379.5 ft. south. 

Ordinance, Passed 1390 



(See under the beading 



1-2 
2-3 



Arthington st. : 

Filling station at Nos. 4001-03 
"Notolll, Felix".) 

Paving and Improving, from S. Austin boul. to S. May- 
field av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1860-1 

Arthur av. : 

Drains, between N. Western av. and N. Robey St., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 2517 

Paving and Improving, from N. Robey st. to N. Western 
av., etc. (system) (including sewer connections in N. 
Oakley av., N. Irving av., N. Leavltt st., St. Anth- 
ony ct., N. Seeley av. and N. Hoyne av.). Recom., 

Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to Local Ind 1896-1903 

(Journal corrected, p. 1973.) 

Ordinance, Passed ; . 2148-9 

Water service pipes, between N. Western av. and N. Robey 

St., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2517 

Arvey, Jacob M. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 

Oath of oflBce as Alderman. See 

Ashes. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 
Ashland av. : 

Bridges across the Chicago River and the I. & M. Canal. 
(See under "Bridges and viaducts" under the heading 
"Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Canopy at Nos. 4100-04 S. (See under the heading "Wil- 
son & Co., Inc.") 

Canopy at Nos. 4619-21 S. (See under the heading "Koski, 
Aniela".) 

Filling station at No. 605 S. (See under the heading 
"Sinclair Refining Co.") 

Loading platform at Nos. 4118-36 S. (See under the head- 
ing "Wilson & Co.") 

Opening of the street, between Fargo av. and Rogers av. 

Ordinance, Passed 780 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of Nos. 3201-03 

N. Ordinance, Pas_sed 2026 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2156 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited between Irving Park 
? boul. and alley south thereof (e. side). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 704-5 

* Report of newspaper publication. See 969-70 

Railroads crossing the street at Kinzie and Cortland sts. : 
requirement for construction of bridges, etc. (See 
the notations under "Widening, etc.", below.) 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

» Tanks (gasoline) at Nos. 1000-02 N. (See under the 
heading "Rybski, Leroy H.") 
Water main system, between W. 87th st. and W. 95th st. : 
?^ supplementary appropriation for betterments. Or- 
dinance, Passed 645-6 

Report of newspaper publication. -See 836 

Water meter at No. 3859 N. : removal. Order (referred 

Feb. 21, 1923 p. 1877), Filed 610-11 

Water meter at Nos. 50©6-10 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 204 

Water service pipes, between W. 75th st. and W. 87th 

St. (w. side). Ordinance, Passed 2077 

W'ater supply pipe, from Schreiber av. to 55 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Widening and extension of the street from Pi-att boul. 
to W. 95th St. (including the widening of parts of 
Charles st. and N. Clark st.) : 

Appropriations for engineering and other ser- 
vices. See 2318-20, 2325-0 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2395 

Certain Items, Amended 2537-8 

Assessment rolls and petitions filed in the Coun- 
ty Court : direction for withdrawal. Or- 
der (referred Nov. 29, 1922, p. 1415), to 

Local Ind 9 

Filed 279-80 

Barricades and temporary sidewalks : appropria- 
tion for construction. See . , 2326 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 



1923-24 



INDEX 



25 



Ashland av. : 

Widening and extension of the street from Pratt lioul. to 
W. t>5th St. (including the widening of parts of 
Charles st. and N. Clark st.) : 

C. & N. W. Uy. Co. : requirement for the re- 
moval of existing elevation work and the 
carrying of elevated tracks across N. Ash- 
land av. on suitable bridges ; the construc- 
tion of an additional bridge at Cortland 
St. ; and the reconstruction of bridges at 
Cortland st. and Armitage av. (including 
changes in the Clybourn Junction Station 

bldg.). Ordinance, to Track t:iev 15a 

Passed T51-4 

Acceptance and bond. See ^'^^ 

Cost of the improvement : direction for an in- 
vestigation as to the amount of money spent. 
Subject-matter (of an order passed Oct. 4, 

1922), to Local Ind 1>^S 

Filed -'^''' 

Report, f i(& - ' '"^ 

Curb, sidewalk, and retaining walls, on .S. Xsh- 
laiul av. from W. SSth at. to W. Pershing 
rd., (e. side), etc. Ordinance, Passed. . .'A^'t-^ 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls on S. Ash- 
land av. from ^Y. 31st st. to W. Sith st. 
(both sides). Ordinance, Passed •5S7 

Curbs, sidewalks and retaining walls on *•'. Ash- 
land av. from railroad first south of vacated 
Chicatio River to ^V. iSrd st. (both sides). 
Ordinance, Passed "^^^ 

Curbs, sidewalks and retaining walls on i". Ash- 
land av. from ^y. J,Srd st. to 11'. J,-rth st. (both 
sides). Ordinance, Passed >5SS 

Drains in S. Ashland a v. from W. ',7th st. to \V. 

59th St. Ordinance, Passed -^"^ 

Drains in S. Ashland a v. from IV. 5i>th st. to 11 . 

69t/i St. Ordinance. Passed ^^^1 

Drains in <:5'. Ashland av. hetween W. 75th st. and 

W. S7th St. Ordinance, Passed 470 

Drains in S. Ashland av. between W. S7th st. and 

W. 95th St. Ordinance, Passed ^~'^ 

Electrical equipment for connection of lighting 
system with a source of supply: appropriu- ^ 
tion for the purpose. See -'-^-^ 

Experts, special counsel, etc. : authority for em- 
ployment, payment of bills, etc. (See the 
various notations under ••Employes" under 
the heading "Local Improvements, Board of.) 

Judgments : advancement of moneys for payment 
of final judgments in connection with the 
improvement of *;. -ishland av. from W. 
69th St. to W. 95th St. Ordinance, Passed .lOiii-5 
Report of newspaper publication. See. 1172 

Judgments : advancement of moneys for payment 
of final judgments in connection with the 
improvement of A'. Clark st., from Devon av.^ 

to Ridge av. Ordinance, Passed 688-9 

Amended 10(55-6 

Reports of newspaper publication. See 
836, 1172-3 

Northwestern Elevated Ry- : appropriation for 
reimbursement for structure (Roscoe st.). 
see i, ^^^« 

P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. Co., C, M. & St. F. 
Ky. Co. and C. & N. W. Ry. Co. : requirement 
for the carrying of tracks over N. Ashland 
av. at W. Klnzie st. on a suitable bridge. 

Ordinance, to Track Elev _155 

Passed ^^^5-7 

Acceptances and bonds. See **^5 

Public benefits : authority for payment In con- 
nection with the improvement of A\ Clark 
St. from Devon av. to Ridge av. Order, 

Passed *^^^ 

Amended '^^^^ 

Report of newspaper publication. See. .. .1172-3 

Trees on N. Ashland av., between Howard st and 
Rogers av.: direction for issuance of permit 
for removal. Kesolution. Adopted 1302 

Water service pipes in 8. Ashland av. between "W. 
87th St. and W. 95th St. Ordinance, 

Passed ■ *^" 

Widening of the street, from Rogers av. to Howard st. 

Order, to B. L.J !««« 



Ashland av. : 

Wires over and across the street, north of W. 36th st. 

(See under the heading ••Wrigley, Jr. (Wm.) Co.") 

Ashland Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, 

if any, see ••Special funds, miscellaneous" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 
Ashland Industries Corp. : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 915, 1229 

Sign. Order, Passed 1229 

Ashland State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Asphalt Plant Capital Account. (Bureau of Streets.) (For 

data, if any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Asphalt plants, municipal. (For data, if any, see under the 

lieading "Streets, Bureau of".) 
Assessment rolls. (For reports of rolls filed in court, see 

under the heading 'Tyocal Improvements, Board of". 

For general data, if any, see under the heading "Special 

assessments, special taxation, etc.") 
Associated Independent Service Station : Sign. Order, 

Passed l-^96 

Assumption Catholic School : Use of frame sash in build- 
ing. Order, Passed 102T 

Assumption Parish : Use of church building as a hall. 

Order, Passed 2494 

Assumption Roman Catholic Church : Free permits for 

erection of church and school buildings. Order, Passed. 384 
Astor St. : Building at No. 1519 : direction for withholding 

of permit for erection. Order, Passed 1863 

Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
Athletic Commission, City. (See under the heading "Amuse- 
ments".) 
Athletics. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Amuse- 
ments".) 
Atkins, Christiana : Vacation of part of an alley in Kay's 

Addn, to Chicago. (See under the heading '•Vacations of 

alleys".) 

Atkins (E. C.) c& Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 929 

Atkins, Jos. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Atlantic and Pacific Steamship Agency : Sign. Order, 

Passed 394 

Atlas Exchange National Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

.A.tlas Furniture Co.: Claim. To Finance 290 

Atlas Radio Stores: Signs. Order, to Local Ind 2073 

Deferred and Pub 2471 

Atlas Wrecking Co. : Removal of scrap steel for the City. 

Order, Passed 1132-3 

Auerbach, S. : Cancellation of warrants for collection. 

Order, to Finance 1236 

Deferred and Pub 2461-2 

Aufmann, W. S. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

August, .\aron : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 167 

Passed ^'-^O 

Augusta St. : 

Canopy at Nos. 1312-14. (See under the heading "North 
Western Packing Co.") 

Canopy at s,e. cor. of Milwaukee av. (See under the head- 
ing "Polish Roman Catholic Union of America".) 

Garage at Nos. 3211-3219 : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 1682 

Paving and improving, from N. Cicero av. to 15 ft. west. 
(See "Paving and improving, from W. Chicago av. to 
W. North av., etc." under the heading "Cicero av.") 

Sidewalks, from Milwaukee av. to N. Ashland av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2132 

Aurora, Elgin & Chicago Railroad Co., The. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 

Austin ay. (E. and W.) : 

Elevated sidewalk, between N. Michigan av. and St. Clair 
St. (n. side). (See under the heading "Chicago Tri- 
bune Building Corp.") 

Loading platform, at n.w. cor. of N. Wells st. (See under 
the heading "Carpenter (George B.) & Co.") 

Loading platform, east of Cass st. (See under the head- 
ing "Monarch Refrigerating Co.") 

Loading platform at Nos. 49-51 E. (See under the head- 
ing "Monarch Refrigerating Co.") 

Pipes under and across the street, east of Cass st. (See 
under the heading "Monarch Refrigerating Co.") 

Resurfacing of the street, from N. Campbell av. to N. 

Desplaines st. Order, to Finance 14T7 



26 



INDEX 



1923-24 



Austin av. (E. and W.) : 

Sidewalk, from N. Paulina st. to N. Wood st. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 774 

Vault under the street, at n.e. cor. of N. Michigan av. 
(See under the heading "Tribune Building Corp., 
The".) 
Austin av. (N. and S.) : 

Paving and improving, from Bloomingdale av. to 631 ft. 

north. Ordinance, Passed 2506 

Paving and improving, from Grand av. to Dickens av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2182 

Water supply pipe, from Addison st. to 24 ft. south. 

Order, Passed '-^063 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to Cortland 

St. Order, Passed 1^^^ 

Water supply pipe, from W. 51st st. to Archer av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 765 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to the Indiana Har- 
bor R. R. Order, Passed 625 

Water supply pipe, from W. 59th st. to W. 60th st. 

Order, Passed -^^7 

Austin Business Men's Assn. : Request for increased street- 
lighting facilities for "Austin". Come, (referred June 

29, 1922, pp. 681-2) , Filed 1846 

Austin, Catherine M. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Austin Express and Storage Co.: Sign. Order, Passed. 2021 
Austin Greasing and Laundry Station : Driveways. Or- 
der, Passed ■*74 

Austin (M. B.) Co. : Sale of cable to the City. Order, 

Passed 488 

Austin National Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Austin Norwegian-Danish Methodist Church : Free per- 
mits for erection of building. Order, Passed 636 

Austin Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church : Free per- 
mits for removal and erection of church buildings. Or- 
der, Passed 2506 

Austin and West Madison Street Business Men's Assn. : 
Endorsement of request for increases in salary rates of 
clerks employed by the City. Petition, to Finance. .. .2105 
Austin Western Road Machinery Co. : Sale of repair parts 

for road rollers to the City. Order, Passed 2452 

Auto-sheds. (See "Sheds" under the heading "Buildings".) 
Automatic Co-operative Garage Assn.: Driveway. Or- 
der, Passed 1040 

Automatic Electric Co. : 

Cable, Order, to (?. 0. d E. L 395 

Filed 1«4« 

Cable and wires. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1122 

Conduit. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1683 

Passed 2033-4 

Overhead cable. Order, Passed 1524 

"Automatic" increases in salaries. (For data, if any, see 
under "Salaries and wages" under the heading "City 
Employes".) 
Automatic telephones. (See under the heading "Telephones 

and telegraphs".) 
Automobile repair shops. (See "Repair shops" under the head- 
ing "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Automobile salesrooms. (See "Salesrooms" under the heading 

"Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Automobile salesrooms. (See "Salesrooms" under the heading 

"Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Automobiles. (See the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Automotive Glass Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 2135 

Avenue Baptist Church (Day Nursery) : Tag day. (See 

under the heading "Tag days".) 
Avenue E : Water supply pipe, from E. 106th st. to E. 

108th St. Orders, Passed 907, 1471 

Avenue J : Vacation of the street. ( See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Avenue L : Water supply pipe, from E. 110th st. to B. 

111th St. Order, Passed 1341-2 

Avenue M : Opening of the street, from E. 111th st. to 

220 ft. north. Ordinance, Passed 2128 

Avenue N : 

Water supply pipe, from 70 ft. south of E. 113th st. to 

72 ft. southward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 140 ft. south of E. 113th st. to 

48 ft. southward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Avenue : 

Switch track across the street, north of E. 132nd st. 
(See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 



Avenue O : 

Water supply pipe, from E. 133rd st. to 125 ft. south 

of E. 131st St. Order, Passed 1562 

Water supply pipe, from E. 134th st. to 274 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Avers av. : 

Opening of the street, between School st. and Milwaukee 

av. Ordinance, Passed 943 

Sewer, from W. 33rd st. to 243 ft. north. (See "Sewer, 
from Sanitary District Channel to W. 32nd St., etc." 
under the heading "Lawndale av.") 
Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water meter at No. 2456 S. : removal. Order, Passe(J.595-6 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 813 

Second Order, to Finance 1392 

Avondale av. : 

Paving, from N. Harlem av. to 406 ft. southeasterly of 

Niagara av. (See "Paving, from N. Neva av. to 

N. Harlem av., etc." under the heading "Myrtle av.") 

Sidewalk, from Ollphant a v. to Ozanam av. (s.w. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2511 

Water supply pipe, from Harlem av. to 406 ft. southeast 

of Niagara av. Order, Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe, from N. Neva av. to 85 ft. west of 

Niagara av. Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from 252 ft. north of Eddy st. to 36 

ft. northward. Orders, Passed 850-3, 2405 

Avondale Improvement Club : Protest against enactment of 
the Johnson Immigration Bill. Resolution, to Ju- 
diciary 1887-8 

Filed 2011 

Axell, Charles O. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Axelson, John : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 424-5 

B. 

B. B. I. Li. O. Club, Inc. : Endorsement of request for in- 
creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Babiarz, Paul : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Baca, ,Iohn : Public garage. Order, to Bldqs 1124 

Passed 1216-17 

Badenoch, Mary R. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Badges on motor vehicles. (See "Emblems" under the head- 

in.g "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Badhorn, Martin L. : Bid for the purchase of voting ma- 
chines from the City. See 590-1 

Baer Fireproof Warehouse Co. : 

Bridge (covered passageway) and pipe. Ordinance, to 

Local Ind 635 

Passed 707-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 834 

Driveways. Order, Passed 311 

Baers Co., The : Contract for grading, drainage, etc., for 

the City. Order, Passed 1529-30 

Bags (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers 

and junk".) 
Baler, Andrew : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1391 

Passed 1697-8 

Baig, Moy : Claim (presented as claim of Moy Balg and 

To Toy ) . To Finance 2514 

Bajarek, Anton: Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Baker Brothers : Lease of space in alley. See 1205 

Baker, Frank: Claims. Orders, Passed ...1133-4,2455 

Baker, Franklin B. : Vacation of part of an alley in 
Farrell's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Baker, Ned M. : Claim. To Finance 1024 

Baker-Smith Coal Co. : Extension of contract for furnishing 
coal to the Harrison St. Pumping Station. Order, 

Passed 1345-6 

Bakeries : 

Bread. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Foods 

and food products".) 
Definition : language of Section 295 corrected. Ordi- 
nance, to Bldgs 844-5 

Passed 1002-3 

Railway terminal stations : regulations governing estab- 
lishment of bakeries for restaurant purposes in sta- 
tions. Ordinance, Passed 1523-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1710 

Toilet facilities : amendment of the regulations concern- 
ing location. Ordinance, to Health 1228 



1923-24 



INDEX 



27 



Bakstad Machinery Co. : Sale of tool heaters to the City. 

Come. (C. r. W.) and Order, to Finance 1983 

Order, Passed 21'JU 

Baldwin, Harry L. : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Baldwin, J. E. : Addition to building. Order, to Bl(U;s..2V^ii 
Deferred and Puh 2479-80 

Balje, H. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 290 

Passed 492-3 

Ball and Hedrick : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Ballard & Johnson: Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Ballinger, J. F. : Claim. To Finance 1735 

Balloons, dirigible. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Aviation".) 

Ballou, Mrs. : Dormer windows. Order, to Bldgs.- -iOiii 

Passed 1274 

Ballrooms. (See "Dance halls and dances" under the head- 
ing "Amusements".) 

Balmoral av. : 

Sidewalk, from N. Kedzie av. to Kimball av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed o50 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 12 ft. west- 
ward. Orders, Passed 089-90, 850-3 

Balsley, A. : Removal of, and addition to, building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 103 

Baltimore a v. : Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. 
to Commercial av. (See "I'aving and improving, from 
E. 83rd St. to E. 87th st., etc." under the heading "King- 
ston av.") 

Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad Co. (See un- 
der the heading "Railroads".) 

Baltimore & Ohio Connecting Railroad Co. (See under the 
heading "Railroads".) 

Baltutis, John : Gasoline tank and curb pump. Order, 

to G., 0. d E. L 2015 

Balzekas Brothers: Driveways. Order, to Local //it?. ..| 1473 

Banasiak, Frank: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldys 1385 

Passed 1698 

Bankers State Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Bankers' Supply Co., The : 

Driveways. Orders, Parsed 1035, 1228 

Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 1229 

Filed --188 

Second Order, Filed 2498 

Banks and 'banUng: 

(See also the notations under the names of individual 
Itanks.) 
Depositaries of the City's funds : 

Bids for 1923. Come. (City Compt.) and Bids, 

Puh. and to Finance 1338-40 

Ordinance (authorizing acceptance of 151 

bids), Passed 1436-9 

Bond for 1923 (Columbia State Savings Bank). 

Order (accepting additional surety). Passed ... 445-t5 
Bond for 1923 (The Foreman National Bank). 

Approved 085-0 

Bond for 1023 (Skala State Bank). Order (per- 

mitting the substitution of a new bond), Passed.293-4 
Bonds for 1923 (150 depositaries). Approyed. .1439-40 
Bond for 1924 (Crawford State Savings Bank. 
Ordinance (permitting the substitution of a new 

bond ) , Passed 1724-5 

Bond for 1924 (Franklin Trust & Savings Bank). 
Order (permitting the substitution of a new 

bond) , Passed 2118 

Water bills : authority for collection by National and 

State banks. Ordinance, Deferred and Pub 2401 

Banue, Arthur : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2187 

Deferred and Pub 2480 

Banne & Vanderkoi : Real estate office. Order, Passed.. 2088 
Banners across streets and sidewalks. (See under the names 
of particular individuals, etc. For general data, if any, 
see under the heading "Signs".) 
Barber poles: Permits to be issued by the Comr. of Com- 
pensation ; permits limited to poles to be attached to 
buildings ; provisions concerning revocations of permits 
changed ; fees for permits increased to $10.00 Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1425-30 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1551-2.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Barher shops : Repeal of the ordinance licensing and reg- 

Tilattng. Ordinance, to Finance 1505 



Bardonski, V. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1042 

Barger, Mrs. A.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 161 

Passed 420 

Barnard & Miller : 

Appropriation for payment of unpaid bills. See 2219 

Payment of bill. Order, Passed 044 

Barnes & Border Lumber Co. : Driveways. Orders, 

Passed 944, 1048 

Barnes, Frank M. : Claim. To Finatwe 91)3 

Barnott, H. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 907 

Orders, Passed 147, 1144, 1291 

Barquist, Martin E. Payment of compensation for addi- 
tional general work at the South Chicago police station. 

Order, Passed 2450-1 

Barranco, John : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 404 

Passed 522 

Barrett Co., The: Claim. Order, Passed 2028 

Barrett, James J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 323 

Barron, J. S. : Claim. Order. Deferred and Pub 2402 

Barry, Anna M. : 'Vacation of an alley in M. W. Dunne's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Barry av. : 

Repair of the roadway, from N. Crawford av. to N. Tripp 

av. Order, to Finance 2182 

Sidewalk, from N. Central av. to N. Major av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 475 

Sidewalks, from N. Paulina st. to Ravenswood av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 221 

Sidewalks, from I'ine Grove av. to Broadway (both sides). 

Ordinance, Deferred 956 

W^ater supply pipe, from N. Long av. to N. Lockwood av. 

Ordinance, Passed 314 

Water supply pipe, from 330 ft. west of Leclaire av. to 

Laramie av. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Barry, Hemsteger & .Armstrong: Sign. Order, Passe<i. .. 1291 

Barski, Stanley : Claim. Order, Passed . 516-17 

Barsmo, John. (See the heading "Bursnia, John".) 
Bartkowski, Felix : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 539 

Passed 740 

Bartlett, Frederick H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1137 

Bartlett (Frederick H.) Realty Co. : Installation of drain. 

Order. Passed 1855 

Bartlett (Pred'k H.) Realty Co. Maintenance and use of 

buildings. Order, Passed 1954 

Bartoli, Peter : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 470 

Passed 522-3 

Barton av. : 

Drains, south of Chase av. : permission to lay, on pay- 
ment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed 323-4 

Sidewalk, from Chase av. to Kenilworth av. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2517 

Bartuch, Fred: Maintenance of barn. Order, to Bldgs.. 309 

Base metals (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk 

dealers and junk".) 
Baseball. (For data, if any, see "Athletics" under the head- 
ing "Amusements".) 

Basel-Green Co. : Claim. Filed 1457 

Baskis, Jos.: Claim (presented as claim of Jos. Boshkis). 

Order, Passed 983 

Bastian-Blessing Co., The : Pipe line and cable. Ordi- 

nance (for repeal of an ordinance passed Dec. 8, 1920), 

Passed 2060-1 

Bastian, V. J., Jr. : Claim. To Finance 2074 

Bastien, Arthur : Sign. Order, Passed 1227-8 

Batek, Mary : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Bates Valve Co. : Claim. To Finance 2493 

Batganis, John : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Bathhouses, public. (See under the heading "Health, Dept. 

of".) 
Bathing Beach Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bathing Beach and Playground Bond Fund. (For data, if 
any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Bathing Beach and Recreation Construction Bond Fund. (For 
data. If any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under 
the heading "Finance".) 
Bathing beaches : 

Municipal bathing beaches. (See "Bathing beaches munic- 
ipal" under the heading "Parks, Public Playgrounds 
and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 



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Bathing Beaches : 

Street ends along Lake Michigan between Grace st. and 
the northern City limits in, the matter of bathing 
facilities at such street ends. (See the notations 
under "Lake Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Bathing pools: Municipal bathing pools. (See "Swimming 
pools, municipal" under the heading "Parks, Public Play- 
grounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Bator, J.: Keal estate office. Order, Passed 399 

Batsch, E. A. : Claim. FUed 702-1; 

Battery Parts Corp.: Shelter shed. Order, to Bldgs. ..1053 

Bauer (Alexander) Estate: Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Bauer, John : Claim. To Finance ^'^'i 

Bauman, Israel : Sign. Order, Passed 'o'^'^ 

Baumann, William : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 950-7 

Passed 1099-1100 

Bautrup, H. L. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1402 

Bauwaiis st. : Closing of the street to traffic, between N. 

Ashland av. and Elk st. Order, Passed 634 

Bayer (Adolph) & Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 548 

Baygood, H. : Claim. (See under the heading "Jutovsky, 

S.") 
Beach av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Cicero av. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from 
W. Chicago av. to W. North av., etc." under the 
heading "Cicero av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Beach View Garden: Canopy. Order, Passed 779 

Beardsley and llper Co., The: Driveway. Order, to 

Local Jnd ^*^ 

Order 11*4 

Beato Prieda C. : Construction of building. Orders, 

Passed 1^95. 1388 

Beatrice Creamery Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Beauvais, Arthur : Claim. To Finance 1383 

Bebell, Wm. F. : Vacation of an alley in M. W. Dunne's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Becker, Richard : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1141 

Claim. Filed 1457 

Beckstrom, Nels H. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1236 

Passed 1380 

Bedford Shirt Co. : Floral canopies. Order, Passed 1221 

Beers. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Beverages".) 
Beethoven Conservatory of Music : Sign. Order, Passed. 1029 

Begley, William : Claim. To Finance 912 

Behan, John C. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Behl, Theodore C. : Claim. To Finance 1383 

Behr, Ben L. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Behrman, Adolf: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 957 

Passed 1099 

Behrmann, John, Inc. : 

Bridge (covered passageway) and tunnel. Ordinance, 

to Local Ind 1976 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1298 

Second Order, to Local Ind 1860 

Behrns, E. F. : Construction of building. Order, 

Passed 1301 

Beilfuss, Frank H. : Maintenance of garage. Order, to 

Bldgs 1224 

Passed 1365-6 

Beilfuss Natatorium. (See under "Swimming pools, munici- 
pal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Belcoco, Gastano : Addition to building. Order, Passed 153 
Belden av. : 

Conduit under and across the street, west of N. Crawford 

av. (See under the heading "Healy Ice Co.") 
Sidewalks, from N. Austin av. to N. Meade av. (both 

sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1047 

Water supply pipe, from N. Neva av. to N. Nordica av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Belden Hotel Co. : Vault. Ordinance, to Local Ind 9 

Passed 708-9 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 



Belden Mfg. Co. : 

Elevated switch track and loading platform. Ordi- 
nance, to 8. d A 12 

Passed 565-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Loading platform. Ordinance, to Local Ind 2081 

Belicki, Samuel A.: Claim. Order, Passed 417-18 

Bell, Harry J. : Appointments. ( See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Belle Plaine av. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. 

Western av. (See "Paving and improving, from Belmont 
av. to Lawrence av." under "Widening, etc." under the 
heading "Western av.") 
Belmont av. : 

Building at s. w. cor. of S. Rldgeway av. : stoppage of 

construction work. Order, to Bldgs. 942 

Canopy at Nos. 721-5. (See under the heading "Olson, 

Sam".) 
Canopy at s. w. cor. of Sheridan rd. (See under the head- 
ing "Belmont Hotel Co.") 
Drains, between LJnder av. and Leclaire av. Ordinance, 

Passed 2508 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from N. Halsted st. to 

300 ft. west (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Paving and improving, from N, Cicero av. to N. Central 
av. (including sewer connections in N. Lamon av., 
Leclaire av., N. Lockwood av., N. Linder av. and N. 
Luna av.). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to Local Ind 1903-8 

Deferred and Pub 2478 

Sidewalk, from 251.64 ft. east of N. Natoma av. to N. 
Oak Park av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 943 

Sidewalk, from N. Lavergne av. to Leclaire av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1047 

Sidewalk, from N. Lockwood av. to N. Long av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1047 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Belmont Hotel Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 955 

Belmont Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Belt Railway Company of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Railroads".) 

Belzowski, A. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 924 

Deferred and Pub 2471 

Benam, Frank : Construction of porch. Order, Passed. . 388 

Bench monuments. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Streets".) 
Bender, Charles : Compromise settlement of warrant for 

collection. Come. (City Compt.), to Finance 2157 

Bendixen, William T. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Bendl, H. : Addition to garage. Order, to Bldgs 1052 

Passed 1274-5 

Benedict, Al. : Sign. Order, Passed 313 

Beneke & Kropf Mfg. Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Benesch, Elmer E. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1525-6 

Benjamin Electric Mfg. Co.: Bridge (covered passageway). 
Ordinance (referred March 7, 1923, p. 1992), to Local 

Ind 9 

Passed 420-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Bennett av. : Building at No. 7847 : permission for main- 
tenance. Order, to Bldgs 963 

Passed 1003 

Bennett, Edward : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2179 

Deferred and Pub 2480 

Bennett, Jennie B. : Claim. To Finance 2013 

Benninati, J. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Benovitz, Sam : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Bensley av. : Water supply pipe, from 102nd st. to 104th 

St. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Benson, Gust : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Benson, Helen Campbell : Claim. Order, Passed 418 

Berenice av. : 

Drains, between 300 ft. west of Meade av. and Narragan- 

sett av. Ordinance, Passed 2511 

Paving and improving, from N. Narragansett av. to 300 

ft. west of N. Meade av. Ordinance, Passed 1864 

Water service pipes, between N. Melvina av. and N. Nar- 
ragansett av. Ordinance, Passed 2025 



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29 



Berenice av. : 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Central av. 

Order, Passed -40« 

Water supply pipe, from N. Linder av. to N. Central av. 

Order, Passed l.'59S 

Second Order, to Finance 151!6 

Third Order, Parsed 2062 

Water supply pipe, from 300 ft. west of N. Meade av. to 

N. Melvina av. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to N. Campbell 

av. Order, Passed 2063 

Beresch & Sons: Driveways. Order, Passed 1119 

Berg (Ralph) & Co. : Sign. Order, Passed : . . 549 

Berger, Fannie II. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Berger, Lewis E. : Driveways. Order, Pasned 1850 

Bergeron, A. P. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Bergh, Lester : * Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Bergstrom, Frank : Removal of building. Order, to 

BlddS 1401 

Berke, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 1141-2 

Berkes, J. C. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1048 

Bernard, John P. : Driveway. Order, Passed 035 

Bernard st. : Water supply pipe, from 438 ft. north of 

Ainslie st. to 544 ft. north. Order, Passed 850-3 

Bernbach (S. A.) & Co.: Claim. To Finance 7«0 

Bernstein, II. C. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 425 

Bernstein, Sam : Driveways. Order, Passed 1232 

Berteau av. : 

Building at No. 2453 : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, Passed 222 

Drains, between N. Central av. and N. Long av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 220 

Berthold, J. A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1527 

Bertollotti, Ubaldo : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Berwyn av. : 

Sidewalks, from N. Kedzie a v. to N. Sawyer av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2509-10 

Sidewalks, from Lincoln park to Sheridan rd. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 2187 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Widening of the street, between N. Ashland av. and N. 

Clark st. Ordinance, Passed 113<j 

Widening of the street, from Lynch av. to N. Central av. 

Order, to B. L. 1 2087 

Berwyn, City of : 

Request for the dedication of certain land for the opening 
of Harlem av. between Riverside parkway and 22nd 

St. Resolution (City Council), to Local Ind 838 

Resale of City water to the National Ice Co. Order, to 

JudiciOiry 1692 

Filed 1945-6 

Second Order, Passed 18^)7 

Special assessments against property owned by the City 

of Chicago : appropriation for payment. See 2315 

Bessee, Mrs. F. : Claim. To Finance 2172 

Best Ice Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 954 

Best (Jacob) Coal Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 946 

Best, James G. : Canopy. Order, Passed 321 

Best, James T. : Claims. Orders, PcLSsed 556-7, 1444-5 

Beth-Eden Baptist Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Order, Passed 917 

Bethany Bible School : Conduit. Ordinance, to Local 

Ind 933 

Passed 1144-5 

Acceptance and bond. See 1337 

Bethany Evangelical Church : Free permits for erection of 

parish hall. Order, Passed 476 

Bethany Lutheran Church : Portable church building. 

Order, to Bldgs 942 

Passed 1003 

Bethany Presbyterian Church : 

Claim. Order, Passed 224 

Water service pipe. Orders, Passed 312, 400 

Bethel Church : Free permits for erection of church build- 
ing. Order, Passed 1040 

Beutler, Otto H. and Anna E. : Vacation of part of an 
alley in Subdivision of the north 16-2/3 acres, etc. (See 
under the heading ''Vacations of alleys".) 
Beverages : 

Prohibition of the sale, etc., of intoxicating liquors : 
amendment and modification of existing laws for the 
purpose of permitting the manufacture, sale and dis- 
tribution of beers and light wines. Resolution (re- 
ferred March 7, 1923. p. 1987), Filed 751 



Beverages : 

Second Resolution, Adopted 476-8 

Come, from Arthur Burrage Farwell (con- 
cerning the adoption of the resolution). Filed.. 500 

Third Resolution, to Judiciary 102tt 

Fourth Resolution, Adopted 1381 

Prohibition of the sale, etc., of intoxicating liquors : com- 
mendation of the Mayor for his enforcement of Fed- 
eral and State prohibition laws. Resolution, to Ju- • 

dietary 1022 

Prohibition of the sale, etc., of intoxicating liquors : pro- 
test against the enactment of Congressional legisla- 
• tion encroaching upon the rights of the several states, 
commendation of Gov. Al. Smith for approving an 
Act for repeal of the New York State prohibition en- 
forcement Act and request for repeal of the Search 
and Seizure Act of Illinois. Resolution, to Jndir- 

ciary '^79 

Adopted 58Z 

Come. (Secty. to Hon. Al. Smith), Puh. and 

Filed 837 

Beverly av. : 

Sewer, from W. 92nd st. to W. 94th st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Aberdeen St.") 
Widening and extension of the street, from W. 87th st. 
to W. 9oth St. (This is part of the project for the 
Improvement of Robey st. For data, see the nota- 

tions under the heading "Robey st.") 
Beverly Country Club : Extension of water service pipe. 

Order, Passed 1230 

Beverly State Savings Bank of Chicago : Deposit of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Beverly Tennis Club : Shelter shed. Order, to Bldgs. . . 918 

Passed 1003 

Bewarder, Walter G. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1738 

Beyer, William II. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Biatek, John : Sign. Order, Passed 399 

Bickel, George : Shed. Order, to Bldys 635 

Passed 741 

Bickett Coal & Coke Co., The : Claim. Filed 1458 

Bickley. J. H. : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 159 

Filed 749-50 

Bicycle races. (For data, if any, see "Athletics" under the 

heading "Amusements".) 
Biegler (E. N.) Mfg. Co.: Installation of mastic flooring 

in the Fire Department. Order, Passed 325 

Biehl, R. : Completion of auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. . . 469 

Passed 652 

Bielinski, Edmund : Claim. To Finance 1960 

Big Oaks Golf Club : 

Installation of drain. Order, Passed 1127 

Water service pipe. Order, Passed 643 

Bigane, John: Death. (See under the heading "Deaths".) 

Biggini, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Bigongiari, Louis : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Billboards. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Signs".) 

Billiard Commission: 

Baca, John: Public garage. Order, to Bldgs 1124 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2216 

Membership of the commission changed. Ordinance, 

to Rules 104 

Passed 141-2 

Report of newspaper publication. See 330 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Billiard rooms : Provision for prorating of license fees. 

Ordinance, Passed 1343-i 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1558 

Billie, Arthur: Driveways. Orders, Passed 1030, 1120- 

Billings, D. E. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1952 

Billish, Joseph C. : Request for additional street lights in 

the territory bounded by S. Ashland av., S. Racine av., 
W. 79th St. and W. 77th st. Come, (referred Oct. 4, 

1922, p. 1012), Filed ■ 1846 

Bills recommended to the State legislature by the City Council. 
(See the various notations under the heading "State leg- 
islation".) 

Bimrose Furniture Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 97 

Bines, J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 926 

Passed 1008 

Binga State Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See under the 

heading "Banks and banking".) 



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Bionka, Joseph : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldga. . ■ 9iJ6 

Passed 1099 

Bird & Son ; Claim. To Finance 1785 

Birk, Andrew : Claim. To Finance 1477 

Birk Bros., Inc.: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1962 

Bishop Athletic Club : Endorsement of request for in- 

creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Petition, to Finance 2105 

JBishop St. : 

Paving-, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th st., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in W. 83rd st., W. 84th 
St., W. 86th St., Justine st. and Laflin st.). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1749 

[Eecommendation, Est. and Ordinance published 
Feb. 21, 1923, pp. 1828-36, and Journal corrected, 
pp. 1899-1900.] 
Sidewalks, from W. 47th st. to W. 49th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 910-11 

Vacation of tTTe street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 97th st. to 150 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 1676 

Water supply pipe, from W. 113th pi. to W. 11.5th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 2130 

Bittersweet pi. : Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : 

recommendation for the work so as to make the waters 
of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Mich- 
igan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Bjorklund, Amanda : Claim. Order, Passed ^z* 

Black, B. 6. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. . . 953 

Filed 1112-13 

Black and Cold Marble Co.; Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 
Blackhawk st. : 

Repair of pavement, from Elston av. to N. Paulina st. 

Order, to Finance 1043 

Scale pit at No. 902 : direction for filling in. Order, 

Passed 224 

Sidewalk, from N. Halsted st. to Kingsbury st. (n. and 

n. 'w. side). Ordinance, Passed 2514 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Street railway matter.s. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Blackstone av. : Paving and improving, from E. 83rd pi. 

to E. 86th St., etc. (system) (including sewer connec- 
tions in E. 84th st. and E. 85th st.). Recom., Est. 

and Ordinance, Pub. and to Local Ind. 1797-1803 

Ordinance, Passed 2006 

Blaha, F. J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 215 

Passed 425 

Blair & Martin : Raising of fireboat "Conway" for the 

City. Order, Passed 1408-9 

Blake Bros. Cartage Co. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Blake, Charles G. : Real estate office. Order, Passed. . -ITSo 
Blake (Charles G.) Co.: Wooden stringers or timbers for 
traveling crane : acceptance and bond (under an ordi- 
nance passed Jan. 24, 1923) . See 4 

Blake, W. L. : Completion of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 4t)b 

Passed 652 

Blanche st. : Loading platform at Nos. 1200-24. (See 
under the heading "Haegele Ice Co., The".) 

Blank, Thomas : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 908 

Passed i;^66 

Blatt, Irving : Sign. Order, Passed 2179 

Bleck (W. F.) & Co., Inc. : 

Removal of shed. Order, to Bldgs 636 

Filed 1220 

Second Order, Passed 775 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Bliss, Perry : Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs. . 2179 

Block, Joseph : Maintenance of basement. Order, to 

Bldgs 955 

Passed 1112-13 

Block, W. G. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Blomgren, George : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1240 

Blommaert, Albert : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind. . . . 907 

Passed 1145 

Blonsky, Michael : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

Bloom, Mrs. B. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. 941 

Passed 1004 

Bloom, Sam: Riser in sidewalk space. Order, Passed.. 951 



Bloomberg, H. : Sign. Order, to Local Ind 953 

Bloomingdale av. : 

Sidewalk, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Sayre av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed * 402-3 

Switch tracks in, along and across the street, east of N. 
Marshfield av. (See under "Buesing-Hohman Coal 
Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Blue Island av. : 

Clock (ornamental), at s. w. cor. of W. 19th st. (See 

under the heading "Kaspar State Bank".) 
Sidewalks, from W. Harrison st. to W. Taylor st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2080 

Sidewalks, from Taylor st. to W. Roosevelt rd. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 1956 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Water meter at No. 1230: removal. Order, Passed 595-6 

Motion to reconsider, Lost • 813 

Water meter at Nos. 1915-17 : removal. Order (re- 
ferred Jan. 17, 1923, p. 1686), Filed 610-11 

Resale of water from mains of the City of Chicago. 

Order, Passed 1384 

"Blue law" legislation. (See under the heading "State leg- 
islation".) 
Blue Star Motor-Bus Co. : Notice of application to the Illi- 

nois Commerce Commission for a certificate of convenience 
and necessity to transport passengers and property by 
motor vehicles between the Illinois and Indiana State . 
line and E. 63rd st. and South Park av. Come. (City 

Clerk), Pitl). and to Local Trans 14-15 

Filed 1268 

Blum Brothers : Sale of life-guard uniforms to the City. 

Order, Passed 262-3 

Second Order, Deferred and Pui 2467 

Blumenthal, I.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Bnai Abraham Zion Congregation : Claim. Order, Passed 409 

Board of Trade Garage : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Boarding houses. (See the heading "Hotels, etc.") 

Bobrow, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Bock, Carl : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Bodmer, Edward W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Boege, Henry: Claim. (See under the heading "Brege, 
Henry".) 

Bognszkiewicz, Roman: Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Bohemian-American Hall: Cancellation of warrant for col- 
lection. Order (referred March 7. 1923, p. 1990), 

Filed 371-2 

Bohemian Catholic Societies : Maintenance of hall. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1954 

Passed 2091 

Boiler in.spection. Department of. (See the heading "Steam 
Boilers and Steam Plants, Department for the Inspec- 
tion of".) 
Boilers, steam. (For data, if any, see the notations under 

the heading "Heating plants, heating devices, etc.") 
Boiler, P. J.: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. ..1862 

Passed 2046 

Bolo Club of Cook County : Endorsement of request for in- 
creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Bond funds. (See "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 

Bond, W. : Addition to buildings. Order, to Bldgs 1119 

Bonded indebtedness of the City. (For general data, see under 
the heading "Finance". For other data, see under the 
heading "Bonds and bond issues".) ^ 

Bonds and Ibond issues: 

Appropriations from bond-issue proceeds and appropria- 
tions from the tax fund for the creation of sinking 
funds (for the payment of bonds and interest on 
bonded indebtedness). (See the various items noted 
under the heading "Appropriations".) 

Bank bonds (City depositaries). (See under "Deposi- 
taries of the City's funds" under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Bowler, James B. : approval of official bond as Com- 
missioner of Compensation. See 676 

Buckley, Edward J. : approval of official bond as Fire 

Marshal. See 676 

Bundesen, Dr. Herman N. : approval of new official bond 

as Commissioner of Health : See 1710 

Bundesen, Dr. Herman N. : release of Southern Surety Co. 
from future liability under an official bond of Her- 
man N. Bundesen, as Commissioner of Health. 
Come, to Finance 1710 



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31 



Bonds and bond issues: 

Busch, Francis X. : appruviil of official bond as Corpo- 
ration Counsel. See l-t 

Cervenka, John A. : approval of official bond as City 

Treasurer. See -i-G 

Ctivatal, Dr. J. F. : approval of official bond as a member 

of the Morals Commission. See 1779 

Collins. Morgan A. : approval of official bond as Supt. 

of Police. See li 

Connors, Wm. J. : approval of official bond as Supt. of the 

Dept. of License. See 170t) 

Cullerton, John F. : approval of new official bond as Fire 

Commissioner. See 1430-1 

Depositaries of the City's funds, ( See under the head- 
ing "Banlis and t>anicing".) 

Dever, William E. : approval of official bond as Mayor. 

See 4 

Doherty, Frank E. : approval of official bond as Commis- 
sioner of Buildings. See 676 

Doyle, Thomas A. : approval of official bond as a member 

of the Board of Local Improvements. See Ill 

Eckland, Oscar W. : approval of official bond as a member 

of the Board of Local Improvements. See 1328-'J 

Etchingham, Wm. : approval of official bond as Supt. of 

the Randolph St. Market. See 586 

Gibbons, John I'. : approval of official bond as Oil In- 
spector. See 11^ 

Gorman, Al. F. : approval of official bond as City Clerk. 

See 5 

Graham, Uichey V. : approval of official bond as Supt. of 

the House of Correction. See Hi! 

Grantees under ordinances: bonds tiled. (See the nota- 
tions under the names of the respective grantees.) 

Hajicek, Frank G. : approval of official bond as a mem- 
ber of the Board of Inspectors, House of Correction. 
See 2059 

Hallam, Wirt W. : approval of official bond as a member 

of the Morals Commission. See 1T79 

Interest on bonds. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "P^inance".) 

Jones, Dr. David J. : approval of official bond as City 

Physician. See 166 

Keane, Thomas P. : approval of official bond as City Col- 
lector. See Ill 

Kohl, Harry : approval of official bond as Chief Inspector 

of Steam Boilers and Steam Plants. See 111-12 

LaSalle st. bridge construction bonds ($2,650,000) : au- 
thority for issuance. Ordinance, Passed S17-19 

Report of newspaper publication. See 969-70 

Ordinance (providing for submission to a refer- 
endum vote) , Passed 819 

[For the result of the referendum vote, see pp. 
1424 5.] 

Lynch, Wm. J. : approval of official bond as Harbor Mas- 
ter. See 11- 

McNamee, Rev. W. J. ; approval of official bond as a mem- 
ber of the Morals Commission. See 1779 

Miller, John T. : approval of official bond as Commissioner 

of Gas and Electricity. See 676 

Newman, Julius : approval of official bond as a member 

of the Board of Examiners of Plumbers. See 833 

O'Brien, Martin J. : approval of official bond as City 

Comptroller. See I'l 

One Hundredth st. bridge construction bonds ($1,100,- 
000) : issuance. Come, from the Mayor (recom- 
mending issuance) and Ordinances, to Finance 1886 

Ordinance, Passed 1994-5 

(Journal corrected, see p. 2057.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2104 

Ordinance (providing for submission to a refer- 
endum vote) , Passed 1995-6 

Proceeds of bond issues. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 

Public-improvement bonds : direction for submission of a 
Bill providing for the issuance of long-term bonds for 
the payment of public improvements. Resolution 

(referred Feb. 21, 1923, p. 1867), Filed 751 

' Rice, Otto M. : approval of official bond as a member of 

the Board of Inspectors, House of Correction. See. 2059 

Robin, Mitchell C. : approval of official bond as a member 

of the Board of Local Improvements. See Ill 

Roeder, Prank F. : approval of official bond as Business 

Agent. See ■ HI 



Bonds and bond Issues: 

Rosen, Samuel : approval of official bond as a member of 

the Board of Inspectors, House of Correction. See. 2059 
Rydzewski, Frank X. : approval of official bond as vice- 
president and member of the Board of Local Improve- 
ments. See 110-11 

Schmidt, Dr. L. E. : approval of official bond as a mem- 
ber of the Morals Commission. See 1779 

Sidewalk contractors : requirement for money deposits in 

lieu of bonds. Ordinance, to Judicicrii 391 

Rccommitteed 582-3 

Passed 750 

Report of newspaper publication. See 969-70 

Sinking funds for the payment of bonds and Interest 
thereon. (For general data, if any, see under "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the lieading 
"Finance".) 
Sloan, John J. : approval of official bond as president and 

member of the Board of Local Improvements. See 110 

Smith, Clayton F. : approval of official bond as Deputy 

Commissioner of Public Works. See 14 

Special assessment bonds. (For data, if any, see under 
the heading "Special assessments, special taxation, 
etc.") 
Sprague, Albert A. : approval of official bond as Commis- 
sioner of Public Works. See 14 

Tax levies for sinking funds and interest on bonds. (See 

under the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 
Toman, John : approval of official bond as' a member of 

the Board of Local Improvements. See Ill 

Vacco, Carmen : approval of official bond as Inspector of 

Weights and Measures. See 112 

Winiecki, Leo : approval of official bond as Comr. of 

Public Service. See 500 

Boulokke, Hans M. : Driveway. Order, Passed 915 

Bontz, H. A. : Claim. 'Filed 371-2 

Boone (Daniel) Woolen Mills: Claim. To Finance.... 395 

Borden Farm Products Co. of HI. : Vacation of part of an 

alley. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Borden, Martin : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1926 

Borger, I. C. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

Borkowski. F. : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, to BUlgs 1397 

Passed 1698 

Borris, John : .Vuto-shed. Order, to Blihjs 157 

Passed 493 

Borrow, M. (See the heading "Bobrow, M.") 

Bortz, Benjamin : Driveways. Order, Passed 306 

Bortz, M. : Driveways. Order, Passed 929 

Bos, John N. : Driveway. Order, Passed 401-2 

Boshes, Ben : Driveways (permission to Ben Boshes and 

Joseph ChaetK Order, Passed 1234 

Boshkis, Jos.: Claim. (See under the heading "Baskis, 

Jos.") 
Boston av. : Water supply pipe, from S. Desplaines st. to 

S. Halsted st. Order, Passed 482 

Boston Store of Chicago : 

Barn : authority for maintenance. Order, Passed 772 

Vault. Ordinance, to Local Ind 143 

Passed 566-7 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Bostrom, Charles A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Resignation as Commissioner of Buildings. Noted.... 675 
Bosworth av. : 

Paving, from Schreiber av. to Devon av. Ordinance, 

Passed 643 

Water supply pipe, from Schreiber av. to 55 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Both, Mae P. : Vacation of part of an alley in North Tier 
of Oakenwald. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Boubolis, Thomas : Sign. Order, Passed 624 

Boucke, William L. : Driveways. Order, Passed 633 

Boulevard Bridge Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
"Boulevard connecting link". (See "Michigan av. boulevard 
connecting link" under the heading "Parks and boule- 
vards".) 
Boulevard State Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Boulevards. (See the heading "Parks and boulevards".) 
Bour, George C. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1057 



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1923-24 



Bovey Automobile Heater Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 2490 

Bowey, Charles : Driveway. Order, Passed 1689 

Bowler, James B. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
OflScial bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Bowler, Thomas J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-^ 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Bowles, Hubert S. : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Bowling contests. (For data, if any, see "Athletics" under 

the heading "Amusements".) 
Bowman Dairy Co. : 

Claim. To Finance 1853 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 1114, 1128-9, 1238 

Permission for use of certain property for a "C3 Use", 
and erection of a bottling plant- thereon. Ordinance, 

to Bldgs 19*51 

Deferred and Pui 2488 

Scale. Order. Passed ^^19 

Vacation of part of an alley in Miller & Rigdon's Sub. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Bowman, James H. : Water service pipe. Order, Passed 939 

Bowman, Robert C. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Bowmanville National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Boxing. (For data, if any, see under "Athletics" under the 

heading "Amusements".) 
Boyle Ice Co. : Wires : acceptance and bond (under an 

ordinance passed Feb. 28, 1923). See 1 

Boyuton, S. D., and Ella M. and Alice : Vacation of part 
of an alley in Boynton's Sub. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Boys. (For data, if any, see the heading "Minors"'.) 
Bozio. Rocco : Operation of a laundry. Order, to Bldgs.lO^c?, 

Brabec, John : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldr/s 92B 

Passed 1004 

Brachvogel, Otto T. : Sign. Order, Passed 1241 

Bradbury (Geo. E.) Co.: Sale of a building to the City. 

Order, Passed 698 

Amended 1492 

Bradginnus, .John : Shed. Order, Passed 305 

Bradley, Michael: Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Bradley, Michael P.: Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Bradley pi.: Street lights. (See under the heading "Street 

lights".) 
Bradley, Ralph R. : Extension of contract for collection of 

unpaid taxes and license fees. Order, Passed 781 

Bradshaw, Praeger & Co. : Driveway. Order, Possed. .. . 397 

Brady, Michael : Driveways. Order, Passed 640 

Brady, Philip P.: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Bragno '&, Mastari : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Brainard av. : Opening of the sl^'eet, between E. 133rd 

St. and Commercial av. Ordinance, Passed 1385 

Order, to B. L. 1 1879 

Brainerd Community Church : Free permits for alterations 

in church building. Order, Passed 917 

Branch st. : Street lights. (See under the heading "Street 

lights".) 

Brand, Horace L. : Vault. Ordinance, to Local Ind 617 

Passed 1749-50 

Brandell. Prank J. : Claim. Order, Passed .2456 

Brandies. I.ouisa : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.'IOli 

Passed 2523 

Brandon av. : 

Paving, from E. 131st St. to B. 132nd St., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 202-3 

Sidewalks, from E. 93rd st. to Harbor av. (both sides). 

Ordinance. Passed 762 

Brandt & Co. : Real estate office. Order, Passed 2516 

Brandt, John W. : Dormer windows and sleeping rooms. 

Order, to Bldgs 313 

Passed 493 

Branower, Abram : Relocation of curb. Order, to Local 

Ind 1055 

Filed 1938 

Brantigam, Arnold H. : Driveways. Order, Passed ....1030 

Braskes, Mike : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Brass (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers 
and junk".) 

Braun, C. E. : Garage. Order, to Bldgs 2515 

Brautigam, Arnold H. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1293 



Brautigam, B. C. : Contract for backfilling water pipe 

ditches for the City. Order, Passed 2193-4 

Brautigan, Arnold H. : Driveways. Order, to Local /n4..1736 

Passed 2034 

Brege, Henry: Claim (presented as claim of Henry Boege). 

Ordinance, Passed 700 

Breitowich, Jacob : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 938, 1481-2 

Pilling station. Order, Passed 938 

Vetoed and to G., 0. d E. L 966 

Subst. Order, Passed 1493 

Breneisen (J. V.) & Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed.... 218 

Brennald, Albert : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 403 

Passed 652-3 

Brennan, John : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Brenner, F. : Sign. Order, Passed 2020 

Brenner, Lottie G. : Canopy. Order, Passed 955-6 

Brewster Laundry Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 206 

Briare, Kathryn : Claim. To Finance 215 

Bricks, bricklayers, brick-making, etc. (Por data, if any, 

see under the heading "Masons and masonry".) 
Bridewell. (See the heading "House of Correction".) 
Bridge Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special funds, 

miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bridge Construction Bond Fund. (Por data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Bridges across the Chicago River, etc. (See under the head- 
ing "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Bridges (passageways) across streets and alleys. (See under 
the respective streets and alleys, and under the names of 
particular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, 
if any, see under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, 
etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Bridges and Viaducts, Division of. (See the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Bridgetenders. (For data, if any, see under "Employes" 
under the heading "Rivers and Harbors, Bureau of".) 

Briers, Mrs. Henry : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Brieske, Leo M. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-^ 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Brighton Park State Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Brimm, David B. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1478 

Brink, T. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Posset?.. 1035 

Brinks Express Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1392 

Britton, Dr. James A.: Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

Britze, Maurice: Driveway. Order, Passed 475 

Broadmore Hotel Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed 958 

Brjadway : 

Canopies at Nos. .S018-20. (See under the heading 

"Isaacson, Swan".) 
Canopy at No. 3838. (See under the heading "Broadway 

Hotel Co.") 
Canopy at No. 4804. (See under the heading "Annoreno, 

Otto L.") 
Canopy at Sheridan rd. (See under the heading "Sheri- 
dan-Broadway Hotel".) 
Name for the intersection of Broadway, Montrose av. 
and Sheridan road. (See under the heading "Street 
nomenclature".) 
Ornamental streets lights, from Sheridan road to Lawrence 
av. : authority for installation and maintenance. (See 
under the heading "Commercial Light Co.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Lawrence av. to 

150 ft. south (w. side). Ordinance, Passed 2139 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2401 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 3838. 

Ordinance, Passed 1963 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2060 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 4722. 

Order, to Local Ind 1866 

Ordinance, Passed 2033 

Report of newspaper publication. See *2156 

Sidewalks, from Devon av. to Thorndale av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 223 

Sidewalks, from Thorndale av. to Bryn Mawr av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1055 

Traffic light (mushroom), at Belmont av. Order (re- 
ferred May 24, 1922, p. 249) , Filed 703 



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33 



Kroadwny : 

Water hydrant at Sunnyslde av. : installation. Order, 

Passed 478 

Widening, at the intersection of Sheridan rd. and Devon 

av. Ordinance, Passed lliiO 

Broadway Hotel Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1692 a 

Broadway National Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Brockman, T. C. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2515 

Brodd, Mrs. Beda : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs '-iSOG 

Broderick, David : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 172U 

Broderick Teaming Co.: Driveways. Order, passed.... 20H 

Brodsky, B. : Sign. Order, Passed 547 

Brodsky, Ben : Claim. Order, Passed 510-17 

Brokers : 

General brokers : definition ; licenses required ; applica- 
tions ; license fees fixed ; employes engaged individu- 
ally as general brokers required to procure licenses; 
establishments conducting more than one place of 
business required to procure licenses for each place ; 
provision that real estate brokers may act as general 
brokers ; provisions for payment of commission only 
to licensed brokers; penalty. Report of newspaper 

publication. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2367-9.] 
Insurance brokers : license fees fixed. Report of news- 
paper publication. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2367-9.] 
Merchandise brokers or manufacturers' agents : license 
requirement for manufacturers' agents eliminated. 

Ordinance, Passed 1349 

Real estate brokers : definition ; licenses required ; appli- 
cations : license fees fixed ; employes engaged in- 
dividually as real estate brokers required to procure 
licenses ; establishments conducting more than one 
place of business required to procure licenses for each 
place ; provision that real estate brokers may act as 
general brokers ; provision for payment of commission 
only to licensed brokers ; penalty. Report of news- 
paper publications. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2367-9.] 
Broline & Nolan : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order (referred Dec. 27, 1922, p. 1589), Filed 471-2 

Brons & O'Meara : Claim. To Finance 146-7 

Brookfield, Village of : Payment to the Village of Brook- 

field of certain special assessments against property 

owned by the City of Chicago. Ordinance, Passed 224-5 

Brotherhood House : Maintenance of building. Order, 

to Bldgs 2177 

Deferred and Pub. . 2480 

Brouton, A. S. : Claim. To Finance 1387 

Brown, August A. : Completion of shed (permission to 
August A. Brown and Fred G. Schroeder). Order, to 

Bldgs 474 

Passed <'5^ 

Brown (Daisy H). Estate: Canopy. Order, Passed.... 929 

Brown, Edward P. : Claim. To Finance 907 

Brown, Everett C. : Presentation of trophies to winners 
of events in Field Day sports of the Dept. of Police. 

Noted ., 1017-18 

Brown. Harry: Driveway. Order, Passed 1675 

Brown. Henry G. : Completion of addition to building. 

Order, to Bldgs 148 

Passed 425 

Brown, Herman: Water service pipe. Order, Passed.. 917 

Brown Hoisting Machinery Co. : Sale of a locomotive crane 

boiler to the City. Order, Passed 325-6 

Brown, Kenneth (trustee) : Riser, stairway area and light 

areaway in sidewalk space. Order, Passed 1051 

Brown Music Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 1522 

Filed l^tJS 

Brown, O. W. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Brown Process Co. : Cancellation of warrants for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 1744 

Brown, R. B. : Claim. To Finance 1222 

Brown, Sarah : Claim. To Finance 924 

Brown, William : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Browne, Lee O'Neill : Address to the City Council. 

Noted 1221 

Browne (Lee O'Neill) Managing Committee: Banner. 

Order, Passed 2012 

Brownstein Bros. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Brownstein, Esther : Claim. Order, Deferred and PmI). 2468-9 



Brummel, Fred W. : Vacation of Lemont av. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Brundige Furniture Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 902 

Bruno, II. C. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 942 

Passed '^^^^ 

Bruner, Frank G. : Sun porch. Order, to Bldgs 2180 

Deferred and Piih 2480 

Brunswick-Balke-Ctllender Co., The : Ivoading platform. 

Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed Jan. 7, 

1921) , Passed 502-3 

Brunswick-Kroeschell Co. : Claim. To Finance '.2013 

Bruza, S. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub 2462 

Bryant, Edward F. : Appointments. (See under the head- 

ing "Appointments".) 

Bryant, Lester: Canopy. Order, Passed 1-^1 

Bryant Zinc Co. : Sale of crossing bells to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 1070-1 

Bryay & Blish : Claim. To Finance 1671 

Bryn Mawr av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 1125-31. (See under the heading "Bryn 

Mawr Theatre Co.") 
Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
for the work so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

Local Ind 172-82 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 278-9 

Second Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to Local Ind 336-47 

(.Journal corrected, p. 437.) 

Second Ordinance, Passed ^50 

Ordinance (accepting an easement from the C, 
M. & St. P. Ry. Co. for constructing sewer under 

property of the Company), Passed 1894-5 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Central av. to N. Luna av. ^ 

Order, Passed 8o0-3 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 36 ft. west- 
ward. Orders. Passed 589 90, 850-3 

Bryn Mawr Community Church : Free permits for erection 

of church buildings. Orders, Passed 903,1223 

Bryn Mawr State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 

der the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Br.vn Mawr Theatre Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 478 

Bryson, C. D. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 10^5 

passed ■ ■ ■ ^^'^^ 

Bubbling drinking fountains. (See the heading "Drinking 

fountains".) 
"Bubbly Creek". (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Chicago River".) 

Bublek, Mike : Claim. Order, Passed l'^12 

Buckhagen, W. H. : Claim. To Finance 2492 

Buckingham pi.: Building at Nos. 042-48: permission for 

construction and occupancy. Order, to Bldgs 1129 

Passed ''-'^''^ 

Buckley, Edward J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Buckley, Jas. R. : Payment for the removal of debris in 
connection with the improvement of Ogden av. Or- 
der, Passed '^^^^ 

Buckley, John A.: Real estate office. Order, Passed ...2088 

Buckley, R. Leo : Filling station (permission to R. Leo 

Buckley and Henry Hogans). Order, to O. 0. d E. L.1675-6 

passed ■ l^-'-'-S 

Budahl, O. H. : Payment of bill. Order, Passed 798 

Budhil, John J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs y^« 

passed 1^«4 

Budrik, Joseph : Sign. Order, Passed 908 

Buehler, Dr. Wm. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Buena av. : 

Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
that the 'wall be not disturbed. (See the report of the 
Co. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 



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Buena av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion foi- the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
"Safety island" at the intersection of Kenmore av. : in- 
stallation. Order, to Finance 105.5 

Buena Park Citizen's Assn. : Water from fire hydrants. 

Orders, Passed ^07, 1963 

Buena Plumbing and Heating Co.: Claim. To Finance.. 14:02 
Buesing-Hohman Coal Co.: Switch tracks. (See under 

the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Buffalo av. : 

Switch track across the street, at the intersection of E. 
131st St. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from E. 132nd st. to 192 ft. north- ^ 

ward. Order, Passed HoO-'S 

Water supply pipe, from 192 ft. north of E. 132nd St. 

to 168 ft. northward. Order, Passed 850 3 

Building Officials Conference : Representation of the City 
of Chicago at the conference at Louisville, Ky. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 2129 

"Building ordinances". (See under the heading "Ordinances".) 
Building's : 

Apartment districts. (See under the heading "Zoning 

system".) 
Bakeries : amendment of the regulations concerning lo- 
' cation of toilet facilities. Ordinance, to Health. .122^ 

Billboards. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Signs".) 
Canopies. (For general data, see the heading "'Canopies". 
For canopies at particular locations, see under the 
respective streets and alleys and under the names of 
particular individuals, etc.) 
Canopies (temporary) for the storage of building ma- 
terials : issuance of permits for maintenance and 

operation. Ordinance, to Local Ind 895 

Commercial districts. (See under the heading "Zoning 

system".) 
Concrete (reinforced) : in the matter of use in the con- 
struction of buildings. Amendment, to Bldgs. . . 618 
Department stores: language of Sec. 2153 (regulating 

ventilation) corrected. Ordinance, to Bldgs 844-5 

Department stores : requirement for installation of sprink- 
lers. Ordinance, to Bldgs 842-3 

Distance of Class III buildings from side lot lines : re- 
quirement for 3 ft. of open space on one side and 

1 ft. on the other side. Ordinance, to Bldgs 839 

Passed 1004-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1172-3 

Fences. (See the heading "Fences".) 
Fire-limit areas : 

Addison st., N. Harlem av., Irving Park boul., n! 
Austin av., Bryn Mawr av.. North Branch of the 
Chicago River, N. Crawford av., Montrose av. 
and N. Tripp a v. (territory bounded by) : inclu- 
sion of the territory within the flre-limit area. 

Ordinance, to Bldgs 1398 

California av., S. Irving .av., W. 73th st. and W. 69th 
St. (territory bounded by) : inclusion of the ter- 
ritory within the fire-limit area. Petition and 

Order, to Bldgs 1955 

Filed 2168-9 

Ordinance, Passed 2076-7 

Report of newspaper publication. See. .2156 
California av., W. 99th st., W. 115th st. and S. Wes- 
tern av. (block bounded by) : exclusion of the 
territory from the fire-limit area. Report ot 

newspaper publication. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, p. 2378-0.] 
Central Park av., W. 51st st., W. 6.5th st. and the 
City limits (territory bounded by) : exclusion of 
the territory from the fire-limit area. Or- 
dinance, Deferred and Pub 374 

Recommdtted to Bldgs 2149 

Cottage Grove av., E. 87th St., Jeffery av. and E. 
90th St. (territory bounded by) : inclusion of the 
territory within the fire-limit area. Ordinance, 
to Bldgs . 903 



Building's : 

Fire-limit areas : 

Devon av., a line 125 ft. north of Foster av., How- 
ard St., N. Kedzie av., the North Shore Chan- 
nel and the C. & N. W. Ry. (territory bounded 
by) : inclusion of the territory within the fire- 
limit area. Ordinance, Passed 1694 

Report of newspaper publication. See ....1784 
Foster av., Howard st., Ravenswood av. and the Sani- 
tary District Canal (territory bounded by) : in- 
clusion of the territory within the ttre-limit 

area. Order, to Bldgs 1056 

Ninetieth St., W. 95th st, S. State st. and Went- 
worth av. (territory bounded by) : exclusion of 
the territory from the fire-limit area. Petition 
(The Republican Club Property Owners' Welfare 

Committee) , to Bldgs 837 

Frontage consents. (See the heading "Frontage con- 
sents".) 
Halls used for lodge and society purposes : increase in 

seating capacity. Ordinance, to Bldgs 1020 

Passed 1368-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1558 

Heating devices in buildings. (See the heading "Heating 

plants, heating devices, etc.") 
Heating of tenement-houses, factories and workshops, . 
offices, stores, hotels, etc. : required temperatures 
specified ; method of determining temperature out- 
lined ; penalty for violation fixed. Ordinance, to 

Health 1241 

Passed 1419-20 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Height limitations : limitation to a height of 200 ft. 
Ordinance (amending Sec. 812, par. c. of The Chicago 

Municipal Code of 1922), to Bldgs 1687 

Ordinance (amending the "zoning ordinance"), 

to Bldgs 1687 

Height limitations : protest against the passage of pro- 
posed legislation eliminating existing limitations. 
Come, from the Woman's City Club of Chicago (re- 
ferred Feb. 2, 1923, p. 1824), Filed 289 

Heights of buildings regulated. (See under the heading 

"Zoning system".) 
Hospitals. (See the heading "Hospitals".) 
Industrial districts. (See under the heading "Zoning 

system".) 
Intensity of use of lot areas. (See the various notations 

under the heading "Zoning system".) 
Manufacturing districts. (See under the heading "Zoning 

system".) 
Plumbing regulations. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Plumbers and plumbing".) 
Refrigeration systems (ammonia) : in the matter of an 
existing fire hazard through use in buildings. (See 
the report of the Chief of F. P. and P. S., noted on 
pages 1552-7.) 
Reinforced concrete. (See "Concrete (reinforced)", 

above.) 
Residence districts. (See under the heading "Zpnipg sys- 
tem".) 
Restrictions (special) on the location and use of buildings. 
(See the notations under the headings "Frontage 
consents" and "Zoning system".) 
Schools. (See the heading "Schools and other educational 

institutions".) 
Sheds : increase in the area prescribed within the tiro- 
limit area. Ordinance, to Bldgs 1237 

Signs on buildings. (For general data, if any, see the 
heading "Signs". For signs at particular locations, 
see under the names of the respective individuals, 
etc.) 
Sizes of buildings. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 
Sprinkler systems : requirement for installation in depart- 
ment stores. Ordinance, to Bldgs 842-3 

Survey of conditions from a safety standpoint exist- 
ing in theaters, and in City-owned institutions, etc. 
Orders (directing the making of the survey), 

Passed 926, 1680 

Come, from Chief of F. P. &- P. S. (explaining 

delay in submission of reports). Filed 1711 

Report from Comr. of Bldgs. (covering the 
Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, ' the Contagious 
Disease Hospital and the House of Correction), to 
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Building's: 

Survey of CDiuiitions from a safety standpoint, etc. : 

Report from Chief of F. 1'. & V. S. (covering 
theaters, the Municipal Tubi-rculosis Sanitarium, the 
Contagious Disease Hospital, the Isolation Hospital, 
the House Correction and sundry police stations), 
to BUli,s l'8«-« 

ReDort from Corar. of Health (covering thoatt-rs), 
to HcaWi ^ ' "•^ 

Report from Comr. of Bldgs. (covering sundry 
police stations and the Municipal Reduction I'lant). 

r^ „, , 1SS9 

to Bldus 

Report from Comr. of Health (covering the Muni- 
cipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium, the Contagious Dis- 
ease llospitiil and the House of Correction), to 

Bldos ...107S-9 

Tenement houses : limitation in number and size of living 

apartments In basements. Ordinance, to /?M(/s... :iia 
Pos.sei/ ' ;; 

Feconsklcrcd and to Itldgs 'JUl-i: 

Tenement houses : required temperature speciHi'd ; method 
of determining temperature outlined ; penalty for 
violations fixed. Ordinance, to Htallh 1-^1 

pa.svd "i''::y 

Report of newspaper publication. See iJo'J 

Theaters. (For data, it any, see under the heading 
"Amusements".) 

Ventilation in department stores : language of Sec. :il5a 

corrected. Ordinance, to Bldijs H-ii-o 

Violations of building laws and regulations existing in 
theaters, and in City-owned institutions, etc. : re- 
ports in connection with a survey. (See Survey, 
etc.", above.) 

Violations of "building ordinances" : issuance of permits 
for minor violations during the vacation period of 
the City Council. Order, Passed T^" 

Volumes of "buildings. (See under heading "Zoning sys- 
tem".) ., 

Zoning system. (See the heading "Zoning system .) 

Building's, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See — -±0 ^ 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed -'■^^J^'f 

Certain Items, Amended -^'^"■^ 

Employes : 

Building Inspector in Charge: increase in salary^ 

rate. Order, Passed 1744-5 

Building inspectors: increase in salary rate. Or^ 

ders, Passed _• ■ -^-f- ^^* 

Building inspectors : provision for payment of "union" 
scale of wages. Order (referred March 31, 

1923, p. 2194), Filed ■*'^^"- 

Elevator Inspectors. provision for payment of 
"union" scale of wages. Order (referred 

March 31, 1923, p. 2194), Filed 371-2 

Plan examiner : increase in salary rate. Ordi- 
nance, Pas-set? 1008-9 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Buildings and Zoning, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2214-15 

Zoning Commission. (See the heading "Zoning Commis- 
sion".) 
Bulet. Walter: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs...r^'m 

„ „„j 1366 

Passed , 

Bulich, Joe : Claim. Filed ^'^- 

Bulkheads (loading platforms) in street or sidewalk space. 
(See under the respective streets and alleys, and under 
the names of particular individuals, etc. For miscel- 
laneous data, if any, see under "Occupations of streets, 
alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 

Bunde, H. F. : Real estate office. Order, Passed 1'50 

Bundesen, Dr. Herman N. : Official bond. (See under the 

heading "Bonds and bond issues".) 
Bunge Bros. Coal Co.: ^ 

Driveways. Order, to Local Ind -i"*^ 

Deferred and Pub -471-- 

Lease of space in W. 41st st. and an adjacent alley. See.l20.j 
Vacation of Nursery st. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Bunker st. : Closing of street to traffic, between S. Des- 

plaines st. and S. Halsted st. Order, Passed 208 



Bunnell, John .V. : Claim. To Finance 1931 

Burdick Enamel Sign Co. : Sale of stn et-name plates to the 

City. Order, Passed l-^*^ 

Burger, Matt : Maintenance of basement flat. Order, 

Passed ^*^;^'^ 

Second Order, to Bldgs IVM 

Passed 121 1 

Burglar alarm systems. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Telephones and telegraphs".) 

Burke, Cornelius E. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Burke, Mrs. Thomas W. : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Burke Nellie L. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 959 

Pns.cd " 100'"' 

Burkhart, Wra. R. : Resignation as Deputy Commissioner 

of IMblic Works. Moted 1'^ 

Burkholder, Charles II.: Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 

Burkholder, J. F. : Sun porch. Order, to Bldgs 1117 

Filed ^'^•'"^ 

Burlev av. : 

Sewer, from E. 132nd st. to E. 131st st. : direction for 

extension. Order, to B. L. I ^«'i^ 

Sidewalk, from E. 107th St. to E. 108th st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2494 

Switch track across the street, north of E. 131st st. 
(See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." under the 
heading "Switch traeki".) 
Burling st. : Tunnel under and across the street at Nos. 

2101-09. (See under the heading "Sisters of Charity, 
St. Joseph".) 
lUirlingaine, Klmer A. : Notice of application to the Illinois 

Commerce Commission for a certificate of convenience and 
necessity to carry passengers and freight by motor vehi- 
cles between Lake Zurich and Chicago. Come, from 
the City Clerk (referred Aug. :^, 1921, p. 1008), Filed.. Gll-12 

Burmeister. Max F. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Burnaby, L. H. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. \S5H 

Burns, Herbert H. : Claims. To Finance 1392 

Orders. Passed 1^" '^^ -456 

Burns, J.: Claim. (See under the heading "Shannon, 

Mary".) 
Burrell (Abe) & Co. : 

Repair of the launch "Illinois" for the City. Order, 

Passed ^^'"^ 

Repair of Police Department motor boat. Order, 

passed 1"««-^ 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co. : Sale of an adding machine 

to the City. Order, Passed ^^'^ 

Amended ' ^'"^^^ 

Burrows, Fletcher Ernest: Permission to wreck certain 

buildings. Order, Passed ^ ^^^ 

Bursma, John: Claim. Order, Passed 24.i4 

Burton (C. S.) Co.: Sign. Order, Passed lOoT 

Burton, Louise G. : Claim. Filed 1^^*^ 

Bus lines operating as public utiJities for the transportation 
of passengers and freight. (For data, if any, see the 
heading "Motorbus lines.'O 
Busch, Francis X. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments. )^ 

Claim. Order, Passed ^^'"^^ 

Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Busch. Mrs. V.J. : Claim. To Finance -1024 

Bush, John, Jr. : Claim. Filed '^'^^-- 

Business Agent. (See the heading "Supplies, Department of".) 
Business Men's Assn. of Auburn Park: Endorsement of re- 
quest for increases in salary rates of clerks employed^ 

by the City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Butcher, Harry: Claim. To Finance 1291 

Butcher, Harry L. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Fm6.. • -2469 

Butler Brothers: Claim. Order. Deferred and Puh 24B2 

Butler, Edward B. : Loading platform. Ordinance, to _ 

_ , 1668 

Local Ind ^ _ 

Passed • 2034-O 

Butler Fett & Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1^94 

Butler H W. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 5o0 

passed l-^« 

Butterworth, William J. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Buxton, R. : Sign. Order, Passed 3^)7 

Bye, Elmer C. : Removal from office as a member of the 
Retirement Board of the Policemen's Annuity and Bene- 
fit Fund. Noted **^'^"4 

Byer and Carroll : Driveway. Order, Passed ■464 

Bykowski, Peter : Driveway. Order, Passed 937 



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Byrne Roofing Co. : Contracts for roofing work on certain 

fire stations. Order, Passed 1070 

Byrne, Thomas F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Byron, George B. : Bid for the purchase of property at 
s.w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. Marshfield av. 

'To Finance g3y 

Rejected 1081 

Byron st. : 

Paving and improving, from 299 ft. west of N. Meade 

av. to N. Melvina a v. Ordinance, Passed 1864-5 

"Safety island", at the intersection of Seminary av. and 
the C, M. & St. P. R. R. : installation. Order, to 

Finance IO55 

Water supply pipe, from N. Linder av. to N. Central av. 

Order, Parsed 1398 

Second Oi'der, to Finance 1526 

Third Order, Passed 2062 

Water supply pipe, from 440 ft. west of N. Long av. 

to N. Linder av. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 360 ft. west of N. Meade av. 

to N. Melvin av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Byrowski, Anton : Remodeling of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 941 

Passed 1005 

c. 

C. & L. Repair Shop : Cancellation of warrant for col- 
lection. Order, Passed 679-80 

C. and S. Amusement Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 899 

Cab-and-hack stands. (For data, if any, see "Stands for 
public passenger vehicles" under the heading "Vehicles 
(motor-driven)".) 
Cabarets. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Amuse- 
ments".) 

Cadet Knitting Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1850 

Cadillac Motor Car Co. : 

Repair of an automobile for the City. Order, Passed. 698 
Sale of automobiles to the City. Order, Recommitted 

to Finance gyo 

Pui. and Deferred 1084 

Recommitted 1242-3 

Subst. Order, Passed 1262 

Cafeterias. (For data, if any, see the heading "Coffee houses 

or ordinaries".) 
Cajda, John : Maintenance and occupancy of shed. Or- 
der, to Bldgs J3gj^ 

Passed 1698 

Caldario, Frank : Maintenance of shed and addition. 

Order, to Bldgs 3^230 

Filed 1379 

Caldwell av. : 

Sewers, from N. Cicero av. to the C, M. & St. P. R. R., 

and from Devon av. to Lightfoot av. (See "Sewer[ 

from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under 

the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Water supply pipe, from Lillard av. to 600 ft. east. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from Ponehartrain boul. to Loleta av. 

Order, Passed 850-'? 

Caldwell, Henry Wallace : Claim. Order,' Passed 2455 

Caldwell (H. W.) & Son Co. : Switch track. (See under 

heading "Switch tracks".) 
Caldwell's Reservation : Annexation of certain territory in 
Caldwell's Reservation to the City of Chicago. (See un- 
der the heading "Annexation and disconnection of terri- 
tory".) 

California av. : 

Bridge across the I. & M. Canal. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering Bu- 
reau of".) ' 

Drains, between Albion av. and Pratt av. Ordinance 

^'''''^ .'2139 

Paving, from W. 51st St. to W. 55th st. (See "Paving 
from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." under the 
heading "Fairfield av.") 

Sidewalk, from Warren av. to W. Madison st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2501 2 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 



California av. : 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Pratt av. to 30 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. 69th st. to W. 71st st. 

Order, Passed 4^9 

Callaghau, Jeremiah: Claim. Order, Passed ! ! . 2456 

Callahan (A. P.) & Co. : 

Bridges (open passageways). Ordinance (for repeal of 

an ordinance passed July 14, 1919), Passed 1504-5 

Use of alley returns as driveways. Order, to Local 

■'^'"' 1668 

Vacation of an alley in Uhlich & Muhlke's Addn. to 
Chicago. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Callahan, Edward A. : Claim. To Finance 2074 

Callahan, J. J. : Appropriation for payment of claim 

^, ^'^'l 2336 

Calumet av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 99th st. to E. 103rd St., 
etc. (system) (including sewer connections in E. 99th 
St., E. 100th St. and E. 102ud St.). Recom., Est. 

and Ordinance, Pub. and to Local Ind 2411-17 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Calumet Baking Powder Co. : 

Pipes, fire escape and drain. Ordinance (for repeal 

of an ordinance passed July 21, 1919), Passed 839-40 

Vacations of alleys in Butler Lowry's Crawford Avenue 
Addn. See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Calumet Coal Co. : Vacation of an alley in James Stinson's 

Sub. of East Grand Crossing. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) « 

Calumet Company : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 4^1 

Loading platform (with ramps), at Nos. 312-30 Alexan- 
der St. Ordinance (also repealing an ordinance 
passed Nov. 28, 1916, running to the Gottfried 

Brewing Co. (see Sec. 7) ), to Local Ind 462 

Passed 800-1 

Switch tracks (elevated), elevated loading platform, two 
elevated runways and two elevated walks. Ordi- 
nance (for repeal of an ordinance passed Dec. 23, 

1918) , Passed 444 

Calumet Lake. (For data, if any, see "Lake Calumet".) 
Calumet National Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Calumet Publishing Co., The: Bid for award of contract 

as official newspaper (Daily Calumet) of the City for 

1924. Come, from the Compt. (noting bid), Pm6 1504 

Order (awarding contract to The Chicago Evening 

Post) , Passed 1504 

Calumet Refining Co. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind. 902 

Passed 1208 

Second Order, to Local Ind 2493 

Calumet River : 

Bridges across the river. (See under "Bridges and via- 
ducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of.) 
Docks, wharves, etc. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Docks, wharves, etc.") 
Traffic upon the river : in the matter of a survey with ref- 
erence to the problem of fixed bridge construction. 
(See "Fixed and movable bridges" under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Calumet & South Chicago Railway Co. (For data, if any, see 

under the heading "Street railways".) 
Calumet Trust Trustees : Vacation of Luella av. and adja- 
cent alleys. (See the notations under "Luella av." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Calvary English Evangelical Lutheran Church : 

Free permits for erection of an addition to church build- 
ing. Order, Passed 1397-8 

Use of ordinary windows in church building. Order, 

Passed 1398 

Calvary Methodist Church : Maintenance of church build- 
ing. Order, Passed 149 

Calvert, Leonard: Sign. Order, Posse(i .1288 

Calzaretto, Tony : Driveways. Order, Passed '. 911 

Camozzi Brothers: Claim. Order, Deferred and Pm6....2469 

Camp Custer Training Camp. (See under the heading "U. S. 
Government".) 



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37 



CainpboU av. : 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. 55th st. to W. 07th 

St. Order (referred Jan. 24, 1923, p. 1738), Filed 703 
Sklewalk, from W. 71st st. to W. 72nd st. (w. slde).^ 

Ordinance, Passed 7G6-7 

Water supply pipe, from Albion av. to North Shore av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Pensacola av. to 144 ft. south- 

wa# d. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 190 ft. north of Fargo av. to 

Birchwood av. Order, Passed 2003 

Water supply pipe, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st. 

Order, Passed 2063 

Campbell, Harry H. : Claim. Order, Passeil 556-7 

Campbell, Richard C: Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Camping : Prohibition against camping without permits. 

Ordinance, I'assed 2153 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2401 

Canal st. : 

leading platform, south of W. 22nd st. (See under the 

heading "Cuneo-Henneberry Co., The".) 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Canalport av. 

Sidewallvs. from Seward st. to S. Halsted st. (both sides). 

Ordinance. Deferred 2130 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Candy sales agencies : Repeal of license requirements. 

Ordinance (see Sec. 3), Passed 1405-G 

Canellie. Louis : Claim. Filed 1458 

Cannizzo, John : Claim. To Finattce 1385 

Canopies : 

(For canopies at particular locations, see under the 
respective streets and alleys and under the names 
of particular individuals, etc.) 
Building canopies (temporary) for the storage of build- 
ing materials : issuance of permits for maintenance 

and operation. Ordinance, to Local Ind 895 

Permits for canopies to be issued by the Comr. of Com- 
pensation ; regulations governing assignment, revoca- 
tion and renewal of permits changed ; permits made 
subject to termination by the Comr. of Public Worlss 
or the Comr. of Compensation ; bonds required to be 
filed with the Comr. of Public Works; annual in- 
spections eliminated. Ordinance, Passed 1425-30 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1551-2.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Capital accounts. (See under the heading "Finance".) 
Capital State Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Capitol Gardens : Canopy. Order, Passed 309 

Cappel & Stoefifhaas : Sign. Order, Passed 1055 

Captains' Club of the Chicago Fire Dept. : Request for 

increases in salaries of captains. Come, (referred Dec. 

29, 1920, p. 1432), Filed 370-1 

Carbery, Paul I.: Driveways. Order, Passed 304-5 

Carden, Charles : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 632 

Carelin, George A. : 

Remodeling of building. Order, to Bldgs 1390 

Passed 1698 

Vacation of Lafayette av. and n.-and-s. alleys in Dean's 
Sub. (See under "Lafayette av." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 

Carey, Edward : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Carey, Michael F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Carey (Phillip) Co. : 

Bridge (or elevated shipping platform). Ordinance 

(for repeal of an ordinance passed Jan. 21, 1920), 

Passed 1977 

Bridge (covered passageway) : assignment (to The Sher- 
win-Williams Co. of rights under an ordinance passed 

Jan. 21, 1920). See 835 

Carlascio, James : Claim. To Finance 2130 

Carlson, George B. : Resignation as Commissioner of Gas 

and Electricity. Noted 675 

Carlson, Otto : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. . . 401 

Passed 653 

Carmen av. : 

Apartment building at Drake av. : direction for withhold- 
ing of permit for erection. Order, Passed 1237 

Opening and widening of the street, between N. Rockwell 

St. and N. Francisco av. Ordinance, Passed 643 



Carmen a v. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Lowell av. (See the 
notations under "I'aving and improving, from Law- 
rence av. to Argyle St., etc." under the heading 
"Kenneth av.") 
Sidewalk, from N. California av. to N. Francisco av. (a. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1057 

Water supply pipe, from N. California av. to N. Wash- 
tenaw av. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850 3 

Water supply pipe, from Sawyer av. to 36 ft. west. Or- 
der, Passed 2405 

W^at<>r supply pipe, from 140 ft. west of Rockwell st. to 

Washtenaw av. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Carmen & Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 931 

Carmichael, Frank J. : 

Alterations in building : Order, to Bldgs 322 

Filed 533-4 

Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs 643 

Filed 1379 

Carney, John E. : Driveway. Order, Pa^sscd 1480 

Carnivals in streets. (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Streets". For permits to particular associa- 

tions, etc., sec under the names of such associations.) 

Carpenter, Brannan & Reynolds : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Carpenter, 1). E. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Or- 
der, I'assed 1127 

Carpenter (George B.) & Co.: Loading platform. Ordi- 
nance, to Local Ind 160 

Carpenter st. : 

Loading platform at Nos. 101-11 N. (See under the 

heading "National Biscuit Co.") 
Sidewalk, from W. S9th st. to W. 91st st (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 543-4 

Water supply pipe, from 108 ft. north of W. 7Gth st. 

to 330 ft. northward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 81st st. to W. 83rd st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 58 ft. south of W. 113th pi. to 

W. 114th pi. Order, Passed 2063 

Carroll av. : 

Bridge (three-deck railway) over and across the street, 
east of N. Hoyne av. (See under the heading "Wolff 
Mfg. Corp") 
Building at Nos. 1370-82 : permission for occupancy. 

Order, to Bldgs 472 

Passed 653 

Loading platform at No. 1419. (See under the heading 

"Driscoll, Joseph A.") 
Sidewalks, from N. Kedzie av. to N. St. Louis av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 932 

Carroll, Francis M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Carroll. James : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Carroll, P. F. : Claim. To Finance 2492 

Carson, E. B. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments". ) 
Carson Pirie Scott & Co. : Sale of bed sheets to the City. 

Order, Passed 2089 

Carter pi. : Water supply pipe, from Oconto av. to 30 ft. 

westward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Carts, public. (See "Public carts" under the headings "Vehi- 
cles (motor-driven)" and "Vehicles (other than motor- 
driven)".) 

Cashman, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 1023 

Casmar, Steven. (See the heading "Cesmar, Steven".) 

Cass St. : 

Canopy at Nos. 600-10. (See under the heading "Chicago 

Medinah Temple Assn.") 
Loading platform, north of E. Austin av. (See under the 

heading "Monarch Refrigerating Co.") 
Loading platform, south of Illinois st. (See under the 

heading "Monarch Refrigerating Co.") 
Sidewalk, from E. Huron st. to E. Brie st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 476 

Cassasanto, Paul: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 918 

i'assed 1005 

Castelli. Louis J. : Canopy. Order, Passed 941 

Castello av. : 

Sidewalks, from N. Oak Park av. to N. Newland av. (s. 

and s. w. sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 549 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 



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Castlewood terrace : Stairway and jetty at Lake Michigan : 

recommendation for construction so as to malie tlie 
waters of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report 
of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Castronovo, F. : Claim. To Finance 2074 

Catalpa av. : 

Opening of the street, from N. Clark st. to N. Ashland 

av. Ordinance, Parsed 478 

Sidewalk, from N. Central av. to Milwaukee av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 947 

Sidewalk, from N. Langlade av. to Leclalre av. (s. side), 

etc. (system) . Ordinance, Passed 1049 

Sidewalk, from N. Spaulding av. to Christiana av. (s. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 638-9 

Water supply pipe, from N. Marmora av. to N. Mans- 
field av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Widening, between N. Menard av. and N. Mansfield av. 

Ordinance, Passed 948 

Catanese, S. G. : Claim. Filed 704 

Catholic Bishop of Chicago (a corporation sole) : 

Conduit. Ordinance, to Local Ind 209 

Parsed 567-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Convent building : free permits for erection. Order, 

' Passed 1121 

Vacation of alleys in Chicago University Sub., Edward F. 
Kennedy's Resub., Stony Island Boulevard Addn. and 
J. Wayne's Addn. to Pullman. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Catholic Order of Foresters (Manning Court No. 266) : En- 
dorsement of request for increases in salary rates of 
clerks employed by the City. Resolution, to Finance. .2157 

Catholic Woman's League : Request for the retention of 

plan of censoring motiourpicture films. Come, to 

Judiciary 839 

Cauley, Frank F. : Garage. Order, Passed 323 

Caverly (Edward E.) & Co.: Printing of ward record 

books for. the City. Order, Passed 1536 

Cebul, ^Stella: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 148 

Passed 425-6 

Celebrated Players Film Corporation: Claim. Filed. .. .1458 

Celluloid : In the matter of an existing fire hazard through 

use in buildings of large quantities of celluloid for toilet 

articles and advertising novelties. (See the report of the 

Chief of P. P. and P. S., noted on pages 1552-7.) 

Celotex Co., The : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Sms 1690 

Cemeteries. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Un- 
dertakers and care of the dead'.) 
Center st. : 

Factory building at Nos. 1154-58 : direction for with- 
holding of permit for construction. Order, Posseci.1483 
Sidewalk, from Southport av. to 240 ft. west (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2514 

Water meter at Nos. 552-56 : removal. Order, to 

Finance ^iq 

Water meter at Nos. 554-56: removal. Order, Passed. .595-Q 

Motion to reconsider, Lost S13 

Water meter at No. 1130 : removal. Order, to Finance 161 
Central Architectural Iron Works: Completion of shelter 

shed. Order, to Bldgs 3Qg 

Passed ^qo 

Central Auto IBody Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 309 

Central Auto Service Co. : 

Contract for livery service for the City for 1924. Or- 
der, Passed 1440-1 

Repair of an automobile for the City. Order, Passed. 699 

Central av. : 

Drains, between W. North av. and W. Grand av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 217 

Opening and widening, from Gettysburg st. to Higgins av. 

Ordinance, Passed ' g^g 

Opening and widening, from Milwaukee av. to Higgins 

av. Ordinance, Passed 2184 

Paving and improving, from W. Grand av. to Lawrence 
av. (including sewer connections in Roscoe St., Hen- 
derson St.. School St. and Melrose st.). Recom., 

Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to Local Ind 2417-24 

(Journal corrected April 25, 1924, pp. 2543-4.) 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from Race av. to W. Chicago 

av. Order, to Finance g3Q 



Central av. : 

Switch track across the street, at Armitage av. OSee 
under "Wisconsin tiime & Cement Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Addison st. 

(e. side) . Order, Passed 2063 

Water supply pipe, from Addison st. to 44 ft. north (w. 

side) . Order, Passed 2063 

Central Chicago State Club : Endorsement of request for 
increases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Petition, to Finance 2105 

Central Craftsmen's Club : Request for an increase in the 

salary rates of police patrolmen. Resolution, to 

Finance 1976 

Central Evangelical Lutheran Church of North Austin : 

Moving of building. Order, Passed 402 

Central Hyde Park (Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Central Mfg. Co. : Vacation of an alley in W. Waller's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Central Manufacturing District : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 143 

Central Manufacturing District Bank : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Central Park av. : 

Poles (unused) south of Milwaukee av. : direction for re- 
moval. Order, Passed ' 776 

Sidewalk, from W. 59th st. to W. 60th st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed (525 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water meter at Nos. 1432-34 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 307 

Central Park Av. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping 

stations" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Central Ravenswood Business Men's Assn : Erection of 

stand. Order, Passed 1241-2 

Central Steel & Wire Co.: Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Central Theatre : Canopy. Order, Passed 1018 

Central Trust Company of Illinois : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Cepak, Joseph : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Cermak, Anton J. : Appropriation for the services of an 
attorney to defend suits against said Cermak as former 

Bailiff of the Municipal Court of Chicago. See 2240 

Cerny, F. : Claim. Filed 371.2 

Certificates of convenience and public necessity for the op- 
eration of motorbus lines. (See under the heading "Mo- 
torbus lines".) 
Certificates of indebtedness of the City of Chicago. (For data, 

if any, see under the heading "Finance".) 
Cervenka, John A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as City Treasurer. See I-2 

Oath of office as City Treasurer. See 5 

Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Cesmar, Steven : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Chabartis, Adam: Addition to shed. Order, to Bldgs.. .1227 

-P«'«''<* '! ^2046 

Chaet, .Toseph : Driveway. (See under the heading 

"Boshes, Ben".) 
Chain Link Fence Co. : 

Sale of baseball back-stopsi to the City. Orders^ 

Passed V 648, 795 

Sale of fencing to the City. Order, Passed 1308 

Chalfin, H. : Claim. (See under the heading "Licht- 

man, S.") 
Chamales, Tom : Canopy. (See under the heading "An- 

noreno. Otto L.") 
Chamber of Commerce Safety Vault Co. : Canopy. Or- 
der, Passed 10l8 

Chan, H. H. : Canopy. Order. Passed 1382 

Chandler, Irving D. : Switch track. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks".) 

Chandler, Z. A. : Claim. To Finance 249z 

Chapell Ice Cream Co. : Driveway. Order, Po«se<J 2505 



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39 



Chapin (Charles A.) estate: Conduit. Oidiiumce, to^^^_ 

Local Jnd 247'' 

Deferred and Pub • ■ ' / ■■,„„!■ 

Chapman, Charles: Addition to building. Order, to -B'''!'*' JJJJ 

Passed ~ 

Chappel av. : __ 

Opening of the street, from K. T4th st. to Iv '■'*^' '*^„^g 

Ordiuiince, Passed '' ' 

raving, from E. 79th st. to K. S.ird st. Ordinance, _^^^ 

Pufised 

Chflrlp*^ st. I 

Sewer, from W. 94th st. to W. or-th st. (See -Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. (■.9th st., etc.- under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Widening of the street, from W. Ooth st. to Vincennes 
av ^ (This is a part of the project tor the improve- 
ment of Ashland av. For data, see the notations 
under -Ashland av.") .„ j 4. 
Charter powers of the City of Chicago. d'^or specihc data 
if aiiv, see under the heading -Chicago, City of . bee 
also the various notations under the heading "State leg- 
islation".) , ,,.,o 
Chasas, Charles: Driveway. Order, Passed 

C'eaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
■ for the work so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets-.) 
Stairway and .ietty at Lake Michigan: recommendation 
for construction so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Sheridan road to ^m ft. ^^^^^^^^ 

Order, Passed 

Chase & Sanborn : ,^ „„i 

Bridge (covered passageway). Ordinance (for repeal 

of an ordinance passed Nov. 6, 191(i), Passed 841 

Bridge (covered passageway) and barrel chute. Ordi- 

nance (for repeal of an ordinance passed June ^< 

1914) , passed ' '. 

Ventilation stack. Ordinance (for repeal of an ordi- 

nance passed Jan. 20, 1919), Passed »4i 

Chatain, .\lfred : Claim. Order, Passed ..51b-l. 

Chauffeurs. (For data, if any, see the items listed under the 

heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Chauncey av. : raving, from E. 93rd st. to E. 94th st. ^^_^ 

Ordinance, Passed 

Chavin. Abraham: Driveways. Order, Passed fcS- 

Checker Oil Co.: _, „ 

Construction of building. Order, to Bldgs l-^|^ 

Filed 1 ft-4 

Driveways. Order, to Local Ind ^^^^ 

Maintenance of building. Order, Passed 1^01 

Chelsea Hotel Co. : Canopy. Order. Passed ■ ■ ■ .... . . • 9o7 

Cherry av. : Street lights. (See under the heading Street 

lights".) 
Cherry. Joseph : Sign. Order, Passed ^^0= 

Chester st. : 

Lease of space in the street, between the C. & ^. W. 

R R and first n.-and-s. alley east thereof. (See 

under the heading "Nollau & Wolff Mfg. Co., The".) 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vacations 

of streets".) 

Chestnut st. : "Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of 

No. 41 E. Ordinance, Passed 218o 

Chiaofota, Louis : Claim. To Fimnce 90^ 

Chicago & Alton Railroad Co. (See under the heading "Rail- 
roads".) 
Chicago Architectural Photo Co.: Payment of an unpaid 

bill against the City. Order, Passed 487 

Chicago Association of Commerce, The: Request for an 
appropriation for the publication of building ordinances 
and other related ordinances in a pamphlet. Come, 

to Finance 

Filed 1^^'^ 

Chicago av. : , ■,. 

Canopy at Nos. 1609-21 W. (See under the heading 

"Goldblatt Brothers".) 
Canopy ^t Nos. 1742-48 W. (See under the heading 
"Misch, Herman R.") 



Chicago av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 574.S-47 W. (See under the heading 

"Powers (John) Co.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Austin av. to 

300 ft. east (n. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Sidewalk, from Lake Shore Drive to N. Michigan a^- ^ 

(s. side) . Ordinance, Passed —^'■^ 

Sidewalks, from N. Ashland av. to N. Robey st. (both^^ 

sides). Ordinance, Passed -^^■^ 

Sidewalks, from Dix st. to Milwaukee av. Ordinance,^ 

Passed , 1 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street , 

railways".) 
Water meter at Nos. 13.55-59 W. : removal. Order, ^ 

Water meter at No. 3901 W. : removal. Order, to ^^^ 

Finance * . ,„. 

_ , o96 

Passed 

Chicago Av. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping sta- 
tions" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

"Chicago Baseball Day". (See under "Athletics" under the 
heading "Amusements".) 

Chicago Beach Hotel : 

Dancing platform. Order, to md(;s ■ 

„., , 749-.^U 

Pl^Cd 7r-o 

Second Order, Passed ; 

Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs \\,^^l 

„., , lJ8b-7 

Filed 

Chicago Blow Pipe Co.: Vacation of part of an alley in 

Little's Resub. (See under the heading "Vacations ot 

alleys".) 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago Children's Benefit Ix^ague : Tag day. (See under 

the heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago City Bank & Trust Co. : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Chicago City Express Co.: Claim. To Finance ..1224 

Chicago City Infant's Hospital: Appropriations (annual) ^_^^^ 

for maintenance. See 

Chicag-o, City of: 

annexation and disconnection of territory. (See the 
heading "Annexation and disconnection of terri- 
tory".) 
Building violations existing at City-owned institutions: 
reports in connection with a survey. (See "Survey, 
etc." under the heading "Buildings".) 
Claims against the City of Chicago. (For reports of 
claims settled by the Dept. of Law, see under Set- 
tlements" under the heading "Law, Department of . 
For claims of particular individuals, etc., see under 
the names of such individuals, etc.) 
Cook County: direction for negotiations for adjustment 
and settlement of outstanding accounts between the 

City and the County. Resolution, Adopted 14o 

Current expenses: authority for payment for the period 
prior to the passage of the Annual Appropriation 
Bill. (See under the heading "Appropriations".) 
Department heads. (For general data, if any, see under 

the heading "Officers (general)".) 
Departments of the City government. (For data con- 
cerning a particular department, see under the name 
of such department.) 
Duplicating positions in City departments and bureaus : 
appointment of a commission to make a survey. (See 
"Survey of the work, etc.", below.) 
Employes of the City. (For general data, if any see 
under the heading "City employes". For employes 
of any particular bureau or department, see under 
the name of such bureau or department.) 
Equipment purchased lor the City. (For equipment pur- 
chased for the various bureaus and departments, see 
the notations under the names of the respective 
bureaus and departments.) 
Experts, special counsel, etc.: (For experts, etc., em- 
ployed by a particular department, bureau or com- 
mittee, see under the name of such department, 
bureau or committee.) 
Fiscal matters. (See the heading "Finance".) 



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1923-24 



Cmcagro, City of: 

Lawsuits against tiie City of Cliicago. (For general 
data, if any, see under "Suits" under the lieading 
"Law, Department of". For lawsuits against par- 
ticular officials, see under the names of such officials.) 
Legislation (State) affecting the City. (See the various 
items noted under the heading "State legislation".) 
Livery service for the City for 1924 : authority for con- 
tract. Order, Passed 1440-: 

Materials purchased for the City. (For materials pur- 
chased for particular bureaus and departments, see 
under the names of the respective bureaus and de- 
partments. For general data, if any, see the head- 
ing "Supplies, materials, etc.") 
Overlapping activities of City departments and bureaus: 
appointment of a commission to make a survey. (See 
"Survey of the work, etc.", below.) 
Property owned or leased by the City. (See under the 

heading "City property, leases, etc.") 
Revenues of the City. (See "Appropriations, etc." under 

the heading "Finance".) 
Special counsel. (See "Experts, special counsel, etc.", 

above.) 
Special funds of the City. (See under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Suits against the City of Chicago. (For general data, if 
any, see "Suits" under the heading "Law, Depart- 
ment of". For suits against particular officials or 
concerning certain subjects, see under the names of 
such officials or subjects.) 
Supplies, materials, etc., purchased for the City. (For 
general data, if any, see under the heading "Sup- 
plies, materials, etc." For articles purchased for 
the various bureaus and departments, see the nota- 
tions under the names of the respective bureaus and 
departments.) 
Survey of the work of City departments and bureaus with 
a view of eliminating or consolidating duplicating 
positions or overlapping activities : appointment of 
a commission for the purpose. Resolution (re- 
ferred Feb. 7, 1923, p. 1817), Filed 703 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading "Tax- 
ation and taxes".) 

Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 

Team-owners employed by the City : direction for payment 
of compensation equal to deductions made in Febru- 
ary by reason of overpayments made prior thereto. 

Order (referred March 8, 1922, p. 2216), Piled .' 702 

Teams employed by the City. (For teams employed in a 
particular department or bureau, see under the name 
of any such department or bureau.) 
Chicago Civic Opera, The : Endorsement of the Civic Opera 

by the City Council. Resolution, Adopted 1021-2 

Chicago Coal & Unloading Co. : Claim. Order, Passed. . .1141 
Chicago Coated Board Co. : 

Pipe. (See under the heading "Gair (Robert) Co.") 
Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Chicago Cold Storage Warehouse Co. : Pipes. Ordinance 

(for repeal of an ordinance passed Oct. 23, 1916), Passed 503 
Chicago Commons: Claim (presented as claim of Matheon 

Day Nursery). Order, Passed 982 

Chicago Consolidated Brewing & Malting Co., The : Vaca- 
tion of an alley in Assessor's Div. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Chicago and Cook County School for Boys : 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Detention of boys committed to the County Jail : endorse- 
ment of plans for use of the old John Worthy School 
for the purpose. Come. (Woman's City Club), to 

Special Com ' 244 

Chicago and Cook County School for Boys Bond Fund. (For 
data, if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 

Chicago Council of Social Agencies. Suggestion for use of 
the Municipal Lodging House as a house for the home- 
less. Amendatory Order, Passed 486-7 

Chicago Culture Club: Request for use of the House of 
Correction hospital for the treatment of drug addicts. 

Come, to Health lyy.j 

^'■''■'' .''.'.'...'.''.'''."1946 



plat- 



894 



Chicago Daily News: Revolver tournament for members 
of the Department of Police. Order (directing distri- 
bution of medals and trophies to winners in the Council 

Chamber) , Passed 1859-60 

Award of medals and trophies. Noted 1885-6 

Chicago Dock & Canal Co.: Switch tracks. (See under 

the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Chicago Drainage Construction Co.: Payment of an unpaid 

bill against the City. Order, Passed 487 

Chicago Elevated Advertising Co.: In the matter of the 

revocation of an ordinance of March 3, 1920, running to 

the company. (See the notations under "Station 

forms' under the heading "Elevated railroads".) 

Chicago Engineer Supply Co. : Sign. Order, Passed. .. . 

Chicago Evening Post, The : 

Award Of contract as official newspaper of the City of 
Chicago for 1924. Come, from the Compt. (notm? 

"l-^). -P"" 1504 

Order, Passed 15^4 

"Zoning ordinance" : authority for publication. Ordi- 
nance, Passed yo 

Chicago I'ederated Charities: Tag day. "('See 'under ' the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Chicago Federation of Aged and Adult Charities, The : Tag 

day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) ° ' 

Chicago Federation of Labor : 

Endorsement of requests for increases in the salary 

rates of firemen. Resolution, to Finance li:nj 

Petition, to Finance 1866 

Request for stoppage of milk shipments to the City unless 
such milk has been produced according to Health 

L)ept. regulations. Come, to Health 1.56O 

Filed I 17^^ 

Chicago Fence & Wire Co. : Sale of fencing to the City. 

Order, Passed 1539 

Chicago Folk Song Society: Request for use of the House 
of Correction hospital for the treatment of drug addicts. 
Come, to Health -j^ggo 

Chicago Fresh Air Hospital : Driveways. Orders, Passed 

1056, 1130 

Chicago Green Fruit Auction Assn.: Loading platform 

Ordinance, to Local Ind 55^ 

Chicago House Wrecking Co. : Sale of a portable building 

to the City. Order, Passed (j98 

Chicago Iron Foundry Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed. . .1043 
Chicago Junction Railway Co. (See under the heading 

roads".) 

Chicago-Kent College of Law : 

Chicago La'wn Methodist Church : 

pancy of building. Order, Passed 1674 

Chicago Master Cleaners & Dyers Assn. : Request for equip- 
ment of the Fire Dept. with flrefoam extinguishers. 

Come, to Bldgs j^gg 

^"«<^ ...'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.\'.'.'.'.'.'. [2488 

Chicago Medinah Temple Assn. : Canopy. Order, Passed 951 

Chicago Memorial Hospital: Decrease of water rates and 

free use of City water. Order, Passed 1462 

Chicago Memorial Hospital Clinic : Sign. Order, Passed 379 

Chicago Merchandise and Equipment Co. : Driveways. 

Order, Passed 297-8 

Chicago Mill & Lumber Co. : 

Briveway. Order, to Local Ind 1235 

Sheds. Order (referred Jan. 17, 1923, p. 1690), ' Filed 

749-50 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co 
heading "Railroads".) 

Chicago Mission Furniture Co 
Passed 

Chicago Motor Bus Co. : 

Compromise settlement of a warrant for collection. 

Come (City Compt.), to Finance 2403 

Prohibition against the operation of buses on N. Ashland 
av. between Edgewater and Belle Plaine aves. Pe- 
tition and Order, to Local Trans 1130 

Chicago Motor Club: Suggestion to dispense with the re- 

quirement for "parking" lights on vehicles in the "Loop" 

district. Come, to Judiciary 2157 

Chicago Motor Coach Co. : 

Driveways. Orders, to Local Ind 900, 934 

Passed 1094, 1208, 1268-9 



'Rail- 
Building. Order, Passed 382 
Maintenance and occu- 



(See under the 



Driveway. 



Order, 



641 



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INDEX 



41 



Chicago Motor Coach Co. : 

Notice of application to the Illinois Commerce Commis- 
sion for a certificate of convenience and necessity to 
transport passengers by motor vehicles in certain 
streets in the City of Chicago as extensions to its 
service. Come. (City Clerk), Puh. and to Local 

Trans 107S 

Filed 1459 

Notice of application to the Illinois Commerce Comn. for 
certificates of convenience and necessity to operate ex- 
tensions of Its present motor coach service. Come. 

(City Clerk), Puh. and to Local Tram 2402 

Chicago Municipal Code of 1!>22, The. (See under the head- 
ing •■Ordinances".) 
Chicago Municipal Subway Co. : Outline of a plan for the 

solution of Chicago's traction problem. Come, to Local 

Tram 1976 

Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. (See the head- 
ing "Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Chicago Municipal".) 
Chicago National Li ague Ball I'ark : Maintenance of board 

fence. Order, Passed '. 554 

Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Kailroad Co. (See under 

the heading "Itailronds".) 
Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co. (See under the heading 

"Railroads".) 
Chicago & Oak Park Elevated Ry. Co. ( See under the heading 

"Elevated railroads".) 
Chicago O.steopathic Hospital : Decrease of water rates and 

free use of city water. Order, Passed 1G60-70 

Chicago Oxwelding Corp.: Drivewa.v. Order, Passed.... 379 

Chicago Patrolmen's Social, Athletic and Efficiency Club: 
Requests for Increases in the salary rates of patrolmen. 

Come, (referred Dec. 8, 1020, pp. 1204-5), Filed 370-1 

Petition (referred Feb. 21, 1923, p. 1824), Filed 703 

Come, to Finance 947 

Chicago Paving Laboratory : Making of laboratory tests of 

paving samples for the City. Order, Passed 360 

"Chicago Flan" Commission: 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2226 

Appropriations for payment of services of architects, 

engineers and designers. See 2323, 2324, 2326 

Chicago Post Office Clerk's Union No. 1 : Expression of 

appreciation of a resolution requesting Congressional leg- 
islation to provide for increases in the salary rates of 

postal employes. Come, Filed 2104-3 

Chicago Potato Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Chicago Power & Refrigerating Co.. The : Vacation of an 
alley In Gage, LeMoyne, Hubbard and Others' Sub. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of alle.vs''.) 
Chicago Public Library. (See the heading "Library, Chi- 
cago Public".) 
Chicago Railway Printing Co. : Printing of water bills for 

the City. Order, Passed 1747 

Chicago Railways Co. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Street railways".) 
diicag-o River: 

Bridges across the river. (See under "Bridges and via- 
ducts'' under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Docks, wharves, etc. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Docks, wharves, etc.") 
Dredging of the river : appropriation for the work. See 

2307 

Straightening of the river : appropriation for investiga- 
tion and studies. See 2214 

Straightening of the South Branch, from Polk st. to a 
point south of W. 18th st. : direction for preparation 
of ordinances providing for the straightening and the 
opening of streets incidental thereto, and for the con- 
struction of a bridge at W. 14th st. Resolution, 

Adopted 619 

Sunken craft In the river : appropriation for removal. 

See 2307 

Traffic upon the river : in the matter of a survey with ref- 
erence to the problem of fixed bridge construction. 
(See "Fixed and movable bridges" under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Chicago & Riverdale Lumber Co. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 905 

Lease of space in S. 'Wabash av, and adjacent alleys (per- 
mission to Chicago & Riverdale Lumber Co. and C. E. 
Reading & Co.). Application, to Local Ind 2158 



Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railway Co. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago Sales Book Co. : Sale of license notification books 

to the City. Order, Passed 261-2 

Chicago & South Haven Steamship Co. : Lease of dock 

space along the south side of the Chicago River, between 
N. Clark st. and N. La Salle st. Application, to Local 

I '"1 2158 

Chicago Steam Heating Co. : Installation of heating sys- 
tems for the City. Orders, Passed 1243, 1536 

Order, Deferred and Puh 2467 

"Chicago Surface Lines". (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Chicago Title & Trust Co. : 

Abstracts of title to the bed of Lake Calumet : appro- 
priations for payment of unpaid bills of 1923. See 

2213 

Vacation of S. Seeley av., S. Hoyne av., S. Hamilton av., 
S. Irving av., S. Oakley av., S. Claremont av., W. 
76th St., W. 77th St., W. 78th st. and an unnamed 
street south of "W. 75th St., between S. Irving av. 
and S. Oakley av. (See notations under "Seeley 
av." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Chicago Transfer and Clearing Co. : 

Contract with the company for the sale of water to in- 
dustries previously supplied from the water system 
of the Village of Clearing, now a part of the City of 

Chicago. Order, Passed 1131 

Payment for repair of W. 60th st. Order, Passed 234 

Chicago Tribune Building Corp. : 

Bulkheads: assignment (from Jarvis Hunt) and bond 

(under an ordinance passed Feb. 18, 1920). See. 1873-4 

Elevated sidewalk. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1962 

Passed 2200-1 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vault : assignment (from Jarvis Hunt) and bond (under 

an ordinance passed June 23, 1920). See 1873-4 

Vault: assignment (from The Tribune Building Corp.) 
and bond (under an ordinance passed June 20, 1923). 

See 1873-4 

Chicago Trust Co. : 

Claim (as agent). To Finance 1383 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 
Chicago Tube & Iron Co. : Sale of boiler tubes to the City. 

Order, Passed 125-6 

Chicago Tunnel Co. : 

Butler Building : extension of time for removal of exca- 
vation chute. Order to Local Ind 1381 

Passed 15:^9-40 

Claim. Order, Passed 1195 

Covenant Club Building : extension of time for removal 

of excavation chute. Order, to Local Ind 1461 

Passed 1752 

Fair Store : extension of time for removal of excava- 
tion chute. Order, Passed 2012 

Illinois Merchants Bldg. : extension of time for removal 

of excavation chute. Order, Passed 1221 

Tribune Tower Building : extension of time for removal 

of excavation chute. Order, to Local Ind 1381 

Passed 1540 

Ventilating shaft. Ordinance, Passed 569-70 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

■Wrigley Building : extension of time for removal of ex- 
cavation chute. Come, and Order, to Local Ind... 331 

Order, Passed 1145-6 

Second Order, to Local Ind 1381 

Passed •■ ■ • • 1540 

Chicago Union Lime Works : Sale of limestone to the City. 

Order, Passed 1350 

Chicago United Theatres, Inc. : Vacation of an alley in 
Rich's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of al- 
leys".) 
Chicago Varnish Co. : Sale of paint to the City. Order, 

Passed 1>509 

Chicago "Warehouse & Terminal Co. : Contract for the re- 

moval of ashes and refuse from the City Hall. Order, 

Passed • • 1*^44 

Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad Co. (See under the head- 
ing "Railroads".) 

Chicago Wet Wash Laundry: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Chicago Window and Door Screen Co. : Shed. Order, to 

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Chicago Woman's Aid : Request for use of the House of 
Correction hospital for the treatment of drug addicts. 

Come, to Health 1785 

Filed 1948 

Chicago Women's Club : Request for certain changes in the 
proposed "Zoning ordinance". Resolution (referred 
April 5, 1923, p. 2346), Filed 1112 

Chicago Wood & Coal Co.: Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Chicago Zoning Commission. (See the heading "Zoning Com- 
mission, Chicago".) 

Chicora av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to Hiawatha av. 

(See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." 
under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Children. (See the heading "Minors".) 

Children's Benefit League: Tag day. (See under the head- 
ing "Tag days".) 

Children's Memorial Hospital : Appropriations (annual) 

for maintenaneo. See 2264 

Childs (S. D.) Co.: Sale of chauffeur's badges to the City. 

Order, Passed 1245 6 

Chin, Charley : Sign. Order, Passed 1115 

Chlorinating plants at pumping stations. (For data, if any, 
see under "Pumping stations" under the heading "Engi- 
neering, Bureau of".) 

Chopin Theatre Co., The: Canopy. Order, Passed 1861 

Chopin Theatrical Corp.: Canopy. Order, to Local Ind.lU'i- 
Filed 1938 

Choynski, Maurice A. : Canopy (permission to Maurice A. 

Choynski and Nathan Wolf). Order, Passed 951-2 

Christ Emanuel Lutheran Church : Closing of Wilson av. 
to traffic, between N. Spaulding av. and N. Sawyer av. 
Order, Passed 316 

Christensen, Niels : Driveways. Order, Passed 302 

Christian Apostolic "Assembly : Claim. To Finance 2492 

Christian, Robert : Claim. To Finance 1950 

Christian, Robert E., Jr. : Claim. To Finance 2490 

Christoforos, Mary C. : Claim (presented as claim of Mary 

C. Christopher). Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Christopher, G. W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 939 

Christopher, Mary C. : Claim. (See under the heading 
"Christoforos, Mary C") 

Christy, James : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1387 

Chrobaltic Tool Co. : Claim. To Finance 970 

Church, Huft & Robertson : Reciuest for sundry changes 

in the zoning classification of property in the area 
bounded by N. Cicero av., Hirsch St., N. Lavergne av. and 

W. North av. Come, and Ordinance, to Bldgs 588 

Filed 1286 

Church of Our Redeemer : Church building. Order, 

Passed 426 

Church of the Spirit : Free permits for extension of church 

building. Order, Passed 637 

Church St. : Grading of the street, from W. 115th st. to 
W. 118th St. : payment of additional compensation for 
the work (Farr Bros. Co.). Order, Passed 1486 

Churches and other religious institutions : Automobile 
salesrooms : prohibition against erection or maintenance 
within 200 ft. of churches. Report of newspaper pub- 
lication. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2365-7.] 

Churchill, PI. A. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Chvatal, Dr. J. F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Cicero av. : 

Bridges across the Chicago River and I. & M. Canal. (See 
under "Bridges and viaducts" under the heading 
"Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Condemnation of west 8 ft., between W. Monroe st. and 
132 ft. north, and between W. Adams st. and 165 
ft. north. Orders (directing the institution of pro- 
ceedings), to B. L. 1 2502 

Paving and improving, from W. Chicago av. to W. North 
av., etc. (including sewer connections in Beach av. 
and Lemoyne St.). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, 

Pi(l). and to Local Ind 2107-12 

Deferred and Pw6 2478 

Paving and improving, from Irving Park boul. to Mon- 
trose av. Ordinance, Passed 2512 



Cicero av. : 

Sewer, from the North Branch of the Chicago River to 

Caldwell av. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to 

N. Cicero av., etc." under the heading "Bryn Mawr 

av.") 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to 48 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Cicero, IIJ. : Request for change in the name of 22nd st. to 
"Harding road". Come. (Town Clerk), to Local Ind. 

1423-4 

Cieslak, Christ: Auto-shed. .Order, to Bldgs 1299 

Passed 2046 

Cigar cutters. (See under the heading "Tobacco, etc.") 
Cigarettes. (For data, if any, see under' the heading "To- 
bacco, etc.") 
Cigars. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Tobacco, 

etc.") 
Cinderella Chinese and American Restaurant : Canopy. 

Order, Passed 2074 

Cinderella Corporation : Sign. Order, Passed 1469 

Cinderella Restaurant : Sign. Order, to Bldgs 1223 

To G., 0. a E. L 1.370 

Cinders. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 

Cipinko, Louis: Sign. Order, Passed 1224 

Citizens' Democratic Ticket : Banner. Order, Passerf. 2012-13 
Citizen's Service Bureau : Water from fire hydrants. Or- 
ders, Passed 461, 2489 

Citizens State Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Citizens Trust & Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
City Attorney. (See the heading "Law, Department of".) 
City Cab Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 769 

City Clerk: 

Acceptances and bonds filed by grantees under ordinances. 
Reports, Pui. and Filed pp. 4, 112, 166, 330, 676, 
834-6, 1337, 1424, 1503-4, 1558, 1709, 1784, 1873-4, 
2059-60, 2104, 2401. 

Appropriations (annual). See 2217-18, 2334 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2393 

Certain Items, Amended 2537 

.Appropriations (supplementary). See 237, 592-3 

Employes : 

Clerk (principal) : increase in salary rate. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1059 

Clerks (extra) : appropriation for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 592-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Head clerk : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 87Y 

License Clerk in Charge : payment of compensation 
for use of personally-owned automobile in lieu 
of to a principal clerk. Ordinance, Possed. .1137-8 
Overtime : appropriation for payment. Ordinance, 

Passed 592-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Sergeant-at-Arms : ejection. ( See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Sergeants-at-Arms, Assistant: election. (See under 
the heading "Appointments".) 
Journal of the City Council. (See under the heading 

"City Council".) 
Publication (newspaper) of ordinances. Reports, Puh. 
and Filed, pp. 4, 112-1:3, 166, 3.30, 500, 676-7, 836 
969-70, 1172-3, 1337, 1424, 1504, 1558-60, 1710, 1784, 
1974-5, 2060, 2104, 2155-6, 2401. 
Supplies, materials, etc. : 

"Zoning ordinance" : appropriation for publication. 

Ordinance, Passed 23V 

Report of newspaper publication. See 330 

Traffic rules and regulations : in the matter of printing 
and distribution. (See under the heading "Traffic 
regulations".) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
City Club of Chicago : Request for use of the House of 
Correction hospital for the treatment of drug addicts. 
Come, to Health 1888 

City Collector: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2228-9, 2334 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2373 

Certain Items, Amended 2526 



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43 



City Collector: 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 59^-3 

Employes : 

City Collector : compensation for maintenance of 

personally-owned automobile. Order, Passed. . 781 
Clerk (principal) : authority for employment. Or- 
dinance, Passed 10C8-!) 

., Clerk (principal) : autliority for employment in lieu 

of a senior clerk. Order, to Finance 301 

Clerk (senior) : increase in salary rate. Ordinance, 

Passed 1137-8 

Clerks (extra) : appropriation for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 592-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See 83(j 

Clerks (license) : appropriation for employment. 

• Ordinance, Passed 592-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

License and ticker books: authority for purcliase (M. 

Kallis & Co.) . Order, Passed 1131 

Special assessment books : authority for purchase (John 

C. Ward & Co. ) . Order, Pa.'iscd 2089 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

City Comptroller: 

Accounts of the City for the years 1922 and 1923 : con- 
tract for an audit. Order, Passed 078 

Annual report for 1921. Filed 588 

Appropriation Bill for 1924 : payment for preparatory 
work on the bill (Griffenhagon & Associates, Ltd.). 

Order, Passed 877 

Appropriations (annual). See 2218-20, 2335, 2336 

(Journal corrected, pp. 2369-70.) 
Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed. 2'i73, 2394 

Certain Items, Amended 2526, 2537 

Appropriations (supplementary). See 592, 593, 594 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital ac- 
counts"' under the heading "Finance".) 
Employes : 

Addressograph operator : authority for employment 
in lieu of a junior clerk. Ordinance, Passed 

1068-9 

Bookkeeper (junior) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 645 

Clerk (junior) : increase • in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 479 

Clerk (Statistical) : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 645 

Overtime : appropriation for payment. Ordinance, 

Passed 592 

Report of newspaper publication. Se? 836 

Overtime : direction for payment. Order (referred 

May 24, 1922, p. 259), Filed 703 

Equipment : 

Addressograph : authority for purchase (Addresso- 
graph Co.) . Order, Passed 125 

Punch, sorting and tabulating machines : contract for 
rental (Powers Accounting Machine Co.). Or- 
ders, Passed 227-8, 2088-9 

Sorting and tabulating machines : contract for rental 
(Tabulating Machine Co.). Orders, Passed.. 

227-8, 2088-9 

Estimates of revenues and expenditures. (See under 

the heading "Appropriations".) 
Financial statements. (See under the heading "Finance".') 
Judgments. (See under the heading "Finance".) 
Quit-claim deeds of the City's interest in property ac- 
quired through tax sales. (See the heading "Quit- 
claim deeds".) 
Real estate : authority for purchases during the Council 

vacation. Ordinance, Passed 797 

Real Estate Capital account. (For data, if any, see 

"Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Revenues and expenditures: monthly statements. (For 
data, if any, see under "Appropriations, etc." under 
the heading "Finance".) 
Signature of the City Comptroller : selection of Harry U. 
Westphaln as proxy for affixing the signature to 
bonds issued by the Chicago Railways Co. Or- 
dinance, Passed 975 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Bonds (LaSalle st. bridge and street improvement) : 
contracts for engraving (Columbian Bank Note 
Co.) . Orders, Passed 1489,1489-90 



City Comptroller: 

Supplies, materials, etc.: 

Bonds (special assessment) : authority for printing 

(Columbian Bank Note Co.). Order, Passed.. 234 

I'ay checks: authority for printing (Columbian Bank 

Note Co.). Order.s, Parsed 236, 1747 

Tax claims : authority for settlements during the Council 

vacation. Ordinance, Passed 797 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Unpaid wages account : payment of claims against the 

account. Order, Passed 555 

Warrants for collection : authority for cancellation of 

certain warrants. Orders, Passed 

226-7, 325, 479-80, 644-5, 679-80, 977 9, 1179-1194 
1410-, 1509, 1715-24, 1748, 18345 
Warrants for collection : authority for compromise set- 
tlements of certain warrants. Orders, Passed 

227, 480, 679, 975-7, 1179, 1344, 1536-7, 1715, 1833-4 

Amendment (to order passed on p. 679) 1059 

City Comptroller's Capital Account. (For data„ If any, see 

"Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
City Council: 
Aldermen : 

Appointments of Aldermen to committees. (See un- 
der the heading "Appointments".) 

Appropriations for salaries. See 2209 

Attendance at committee meetings ("batting aver- 
ages"). Report (for the period from April 

19. 1923, to Oct. 1, 1923), Filed 837 

Attendance at meetings : excusing of Aldermen Lyle 
and Eaton for non-attendance at certain Council 

and committee meetings. Order. Passed 545 6 

Election contests. (For data. If any, see "Election 

contests", below.) 
Election results of Feb. 27, 1923, and April 3, 1923. 

Certificate (County Clerk), Pub. and Filed.... 1-2 

Oaths of office of Aldermen-elect. See 2-3, 5 

Resignations. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Resignations".) 
Vacancies in the office of Alderman : endorsement of a 
Bill for an Act empoyering the Mayor to fill such 

vacancies. Bill, to Judiciary 21,S 

Filed 7ft I 

Clerk of the Council. (See the heading "City Clerk".) 
Committees : 

(For items concerning particular committees, see 

under the names of such committees.) 

Appropriations (annual) for 1924: in the matter of 

placing appropriations for experts, etc., under a 

department head. Resolution, to Finance .. 2078-9 

Attendance of Aldermen at committee meetings. (For 

data, if any, see under "Aldermen", above.) 
Elections and appointments of members. (See the 
notations under the names of the respective com- 
mittees, under the heading "Appointments'".) 
Investigations conducted by committees : grant of 
power to issue subpoenas and compel the attend- 
ance of witnesses and the production of evi- 
dence. Resolution and Bill (referred April 5, 

1923, p. 2359), Filed 751 

Meetings of committees : determination of schedule 
for regular weekly meetings. Come, Puh. and 

Filed 113 

Unfinished business (of committees for 1921-23) : 
reference to the committees of 1923-25. Res- 
olution, Adopted 12 

Council Chamber. (For data, if any, see under "City Hall' 

under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 
Election contests : 

Frankhauser, E. I. : as Alderman, 49th Ward. 
Come, (concerning contest of John E. Maloney), 

to Judiciary 114 

Filed 750-1 

Hogan, Timothy A. : as Alderman. 11th Ward. Pe- 
tition of John A. Rlchert (referred March 21, 

1923, p. 2064), Filed 751 

Ryan, Patrick F. : as Alderman, 18th Ward. Pe- 
tition (August W. Domke), to Judiciary 15 

Filed 534 

Investigations conducted by the Council : grant of power 
to issue subpoenas and compel the attendance of wit- 
nesses and the production of evidence. Resolution 
and bill (referred April 5, 1923, p. 2.359), Filed 751 



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City Council: 

Journal of the Proceedings : 
Correction of the Journal : 

April 5, 1923, pp. 2336, 235T, 2362 and 2363. 

Corrected 107-8 

May 2, 1923, p. 160. Corrected 16D 

June 6, 1923, pp. 336, 338 and 350. Cor- 
rected 437 

June 20, 1923, pp. 509, 513 and 582. Cor- 
rected 585 

Nov. 8, 1923, pp. 1079 and 1133. Corrected. .1171 

Nov. 21, 1923, p. 1195. Corrected 1257 

Nov. 28, 1923, p. 1315. Corrected 132T 

Dec. 12, 1923, p. 1352. Corrected 1421 

Dec. 27, 1923, pp. 1427 and 1428. Corrected.1551-2 

Jan. 23, 1924, pp. 1561, 1573, 1575, 1577, 1579, 

1580, 1581, 1586, 1600, 1606, 1607, 1608, 

1609, 1610, 1614, 1615, 1617, 1618, 1628, 

1629. 1638, A639, 1647, 1688 and 1695. 

Corrected 1707-8 

Fell. 27, 1924, pp. 1895, 1902 and 1911. Cor- 
rected 1973 

March .5, 1924, pp. 1973, 1992, 1994, 1997, 2024. 

2044. Corrected 2057 

March 19, 1924, p. 2127. Corrected 2155 

March 28. 1924, pp. 2220, 2222, 2245 and 2291. 

Corrected 2369-70 

March 28, 1924, p. 2243. Corrected April 25, 

1924, p. 2543. 
April 9, 1924, pp. 2410, 2418, 2419, 2424, 2425. 
2427, 2429, 2431, 2437, 2438, 2440, 2442 
and 2446. Corrected April 25, 1924, pp. 
2543-4. 
Printing contract for 1923-4 : authority for exten- 
sion (James A. Pink). Order, Passed 1424 

Meetings : 

Special meetings : 

May 22, 1923, 2:00 P. M. (to take action in 
connection -with the membership of the 
Board of Education). Call, Pub. and 

Piled 239 

August 3, 1923, 2 :30 P. M. (to take action on 
the death of Warren G. Harding). Call, 

PuT). and Filed 81.') 

October 15, 1923, 2 :00 P. M. (to take action 
on a proposed ordinance authorizing the is- 
suance of bonds for the construction of a 
new bridge at La .Salle st.). Call, Puh. 

and Piled 817 

Nov. 7, 1923, 12:00 M. (for the purpose of offi- 
cially welcoming General Joseph Haller). 

Call, Pnl. and Filed 1075 

Feb. 4, 1924, 2 :30 P. M. (to take action on the 
death of Woodrow Wilson). Call, Puh. 

and Filed 1775 

Time for the holding of regular meetings : provision 
for holding on Wednesdays at 7 :30 P. M. Or- 
dinance, to Judiciary 104 

Filed 141 

Times fixed for succeeding regular meetings : 

For May 2, 1923. 2 :00 P. M. See 98 

For May 23, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 200 

For June 6, 1923, 2 :00 P. M. See 293 

For July 2, 1923, 2 :00 P. M. See 620 

For Oct. 17, 192.3, 2:00 P. M. See 759 

For Oct. 31. 1923, 2 :00 P. M. See 901 

For Nov. 8, 1923, 2 :00 P. M. See 1057 

For Nov. 21, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 1117 

For Dec. 12, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 1289-90 

For Dec. 27, 1923, 2:00 P. M. See 1382 

For .Tan. 2. 1924, 2:00 P. M. See 1470 

For Jan. 23, 1924, 2:00 P. M. See 1522 

For Feb. 13, 1924, 2 :00 P. M. See 1853 

For Feb. 27, 1924. 2:00 P. M. See 1879 

For Mar. 28, 1924, 10:00 A. M. See 2177-8 

For Apr. 9. 1924, 2:00 P. M. See 2191 

For Apr. 25, 1924, 2:00 P. M. See 2492 

Organization of the new Council. (See the various no- 
tations under "Committees", above, and "Rules of 
procedure", below.) 
Reading Clerk. (For data. If any, see under "Employes" 
under the heading "City Clerk".) 



City Council: 

Rules of procedure : 

Adoption of the rules for 1923-5. See 5-11 

Rule 43 : amendment concerning attendance of Alder- 
men at Committee meetings ; omission of provis- 
ion concerning number of Aldermen constituting 

a quorum. Resolution, Adopted 1325-6 

Rule 49 : amendment providing that Committee Chair- 
men vote only In cases of ties in lieu of on all 

roll calls. Resolution, to Rules 992 

Subst. Resolution, Adopted 1325 

Sergeant-at-arms. (For data, if any, see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "City Clerk".) 
Sergeants-at-Arms, Assistant. (For data, if any, see 
under "Employes" under the heading "City Clerk".) 

City employes: 

(For employes of any particular bureau or depart- 
ment, see under the name of such bureau or de- 
partment.) 
"Automatic" increases In salaries. (For data, if any, 

see under "Salaries and wages", below.) 
Civil service system. (For general items, if any, see 

under the heading "Civil service system.") 
Claims of sundry employes for wages withheld on certain 
legal holidays. Claims (referred March 3, 1920, 

p. 2072), Filed 370-1 

Employments outside of City service: prohibition against 
engaging in such employments. Ordinance, to 

Judiciary 1129 

Holidays. (See under "Leaves of absence", below.) 
Hospital and medical expense : appropriations for payment 
of claims of employes injured while in the actual 

performance of duties. See 2226 

Leaves of absence : 

(See also the notations concerning the closing of 
City offices on special days, noted under the 
heading "Offices".) 
American Legion National Convention : ex-service men 
excused to attend the convention In San Fran- 
cisco, Oct. 11th to 24th, 1923. Order. Passed 904 

Amended 1224, 1261 

Camp Custer Training Camp : allowance of two extra 
weeks to city employes to attend the training 

camp. Resolution (for 1923), Adopted 538 

Come, from Major Gen. Harry C. Hale, 
TJ. S. A. (commending the Council on the adop- 
tion of the resolution). Filed 837 

Order (for 1924), Passed 1735 

Come, from Brig. Gen, Geo. Van Horn Morse- 
ley. TT. S. A. (expressing appreciation of the 
Council's endorsement of Federal summer train- 
ing camps) . Filed ] 973 

Illinois National Guard, U. S. Naval Reserve and 
Officers Reserve Corps : members excused to at- 
tend the annual encampment of instruction. 

Order (for 1923) , Passed 295 

Order (for 1924) , Passed 1952 

Military and naval organizations : members excused 
while engaged in compulsory training. Order, 

to Finance 398-9 

Filed 1457 

Sick-leave periods for 1924 : regulations governing. 

Older. Passed 1509 

Spanish War Veterans' Oi-ganizatlon, tJnited : mem- 
bers excused to attend the annual encampment. 

Order, Passed 2493 

Spanish War Veterans. United : members excused to 

attend the annual convention. Order, Passed.. 323 
State militia re.giments on duty In Williamson Coun- 
ty, 111. : leaves of absence, with pay, granted 
City -employe members. Come. (Municipal 

Clerks Ex-Service Men's Assn.), to Finance 1783 

Order, Passed 1853 

Vacation periods for 1924 : regulations governing. 

Order, Passed 1509 

Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States : 
members excused on May 30, 1923 (Memorial 

Day) . Order, Passed 307 

Amended 1224-5 

Watchmen : in the matter of a one-day furlough In 
each week. Petition (referred Feb. 18, 1921, 
p. 1858), Filed 370-1 



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45 



City employes: 

Pension funds. (See the heading 'Tension funds".) 
Retirement of municipal employes : direction for an in- 
vestigation of the feasibility of setting an age limit 
for the retirement of municipal employes. Order, 

to Efficiency 2079 

Salaries and wages : 

(For individual positions^ and for employes of 
a particular department or bureau,, see under 
tile names of the respective departments and 
I urea lis.) 
Appropriations for salaries and wages. (See the ap- 
propriations for the various bureaus and de- 
partments.) 
"Automatic" increases : direction for consideration of 
the matter of allowing increases to employes 
absent on account of sickness for periods ex- 
ceeding 30 days. Resolution (referred Dec. 

28, 1921, p. 1549), Filed 702 

"Automatic" increases : regulations governing. Or- 
der (for 1923), Passed , ; 783 

"Automatic" increases for 1922 : appropriation for 
payment to certain senior clerks regraded In 

1921. Petition and Order (referred June 13, 

1922, p. 577) , Filed 703 

Carpenters : adjustment of wage rates. Ordinance, 

Passed 257-8 

Clerks : endorsement of request for iucresases in 
salary rates. Resolution (Blackhawk Post No. 

107. A. L.), to Finance 197(i 

Come. (Veterans' Assn. of Cook County), 

to Finance 20(30 

Pub. and Filed 2123-4 

Resolutions and Petitions (sundry organi- 
zations), to Finance 210*, 2157 

Clerks : request that the minimum wage scale for 
postoffice clerks be considered in determining the 
1924 salary schedule for clerks employed by the 
City. Come. (Municipal Clerks Ex-Service 

Men's Assn.), to Finance 15(50 

■ Clerks and stenographers : application of salary in- 
creases during 1924 (Sec. 7 of the Annual Ap- 
propriation Bill) . See 2206-8 

Clerks and stenographers : disapproval of certain 
items of salary increases provided for in the 
Annual Appropriation Bill for 1924. See. .2372, 2526 

December, 1923 : payment of salaries and wages be- 
fore Christmas Day. Order, Passed 1343 

Engineers, operating (Group C.) : notification of scale 
of wages for 1924. Come. (Local Union No. 
845, I. U. of S. & O. E), to Finance 1425 

Garbage handlers : adjustment of wage rates. Or- 
dinance, Passed 257-8 

Holidays, with pay allowance. (See under "Leaves 
of absence", above.) 

Increases in salaries for 1924 : direction that con- 
sideration be given to the requests of employes 
for increases and that the "budget" be completed 
and presented to the City Council not later than 

Jan. 15, 1924. Resolution, to Finance 95(5 

Report (Com. on Finance), Pub. and Filed... 992 

Increases in salary rates : protest against expendi- 
tures for establishment of comnninity centers 
and suggestion that salary rates of City em- 
ployes be increased. Come. (World's War 
Veterans) , to Finance 1560 

Lobbying or soliciting for salary increases prohibited. 

Order (for 1923) , Passed 783 

Painters : increases in wage rates. Ordinance, 

Passed 1307-8 

Payment of salaries for the period prior to the Pas- 
sage of the Annual Appropriation Bill. (See 
under the heading "Appropriations".) 

Rates of compensation for the various employes in 
the classified Civil Service for 1924 (Sec. 6 of 
the Annual Appropriation Bill). gee 2206 

Rates of salaries and wages adjusted for sundry 

City employes. Ordinance, Passed 680-4 

Regraded positions : regulations governing payment of 

salaries. Order (for 1923), Passed 783 



City employes: 

Salaries and wages : 

Telephone operators in the City Hall : in the mat- 
ter of a uniform classification and grade with 
operators employed by the Board of Educa- 
tion. Order, to Finance 215 

Order (referred Dec. 22, 1920, p. 1412), 

Filed 370-1 

To Finance 1192 

Temporary employes : regulations governing payment 

of salaries. Order (for 1923), Passed 783 

Uniform salaries to be appropriated for grades or 
ranks having substantially similar duties, author- 
ity and responsibility. Order (for 1923), 

Passed 733 

Sick-leave periods of City employes. (For data, if any, 

see under "Leaves of absence", above.) 
Titles of employes in the classified Civil service fixed 
for 1924 (Sec. 6 of the Annual Appropriation Bill.) 

See 2206 

Vacancies in positions in the classified Civil Service dur- 
ing 1924 (Sec. 6 of the Annual Appropriation Bill). 

See L'20G 

Vacation periods of City employes. (For data, if any, 

see under "Leaves of absence", above.) 

City Forester. (For data, if any, see under "Employes" under 

the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, 

Bureau of".) 

City Fuel Co.: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 
City Furniture Co.: Sign. Order (referred Dec. 20, 

1922, p. 1546), Filed 1286 

City Hall. (See under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 

City Hall Building Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the beading "Finance".) 

City Hall, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2289-91 

(Journal corrected, pp. 2369-70.) 
Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2389 

Certain Items, Amended 2535 

City Hall : 

Ashes and refuse : contract for removal during 1924 
(Chicago Warehouse & Terminal Co.). Order, 
Passed 1344 

Awnings: contract for hanging (R. Hanisch Sons 

Co.). Order, Passed 260 

Basement : use of in lieu of first floor as a means 
of entrance and exit for prisoners brought to and 
from court rooms. Order, to Police 302 

Cleaning and decorating : authority for sundry ex- 
penditures. Order, Passed 684 

Clocks (pneumatic) : contract for maintenance (Time 

Systems Co.). Order, Passed 1243 

Closing of City offices on special days. (See under 
the heading "Offices (general)".) 

Coal : extension of contract for purchase (Mortimer 

B. Flynn Coal Co.). Ord.r, Passed 1346 

Committee rooms : appropriations for salaries of office 
force. (See the appropriations for the City 
Clerk.) 

Council Chamber : appropriation for salary of Janitor 
and Caretaker. (See the appropriations for the 
City Clerk.) 

Council Chamber : permission for use by the Board of 
Local Improvements for public hearings. Or- 
der, Passed 200 

Council Chamber : removal and relocation of desks. 

Order, to Finance 934 

Passed 1194 

Elevators (Nos. 3 and 5) : installation of elevator 
cable and attachment devices (Reliance Eleva- 
tor Co.). Come. (C, P. W.), to Finance 1877 

Order, Passed 1998 

Lighting (exterior) of the City Hall building: direc- 
tion for an appropriation for installation and 
for conferring with the Cook County Commis- 
sioners regarding similar action for the County 
building. Resolution (referred Nov. 16, 1921, 

p. 1289), to Police 9 

Filed 377-8 

Parapet walls, cornice and coping : in the matter of 

repair. Come. (C. P. W.), to Finance 2106 



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1923-24 



City Hall, Bureau of: 

Employes : 

Elevator operators and starters : increase in salary 

rates. Ordinance, Passed 1807-8 

Janitors : claim for wages. To Finance 642 

Janitors : increase in salary rate. Order, Passed 225 

Laborer : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 225-6 

Painters : authority for employment.' Order, 

Passed 225-6 

Second Order, Passed 684 

Third Order, Passed 1651 

Amended 1S67 

Towels: authority for purchase (Mandel Brothers). 

Order, Passed 1310-11 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
City Ice & Supply Co., The : Driveway. Order, to Local 

Ind 1024 

Passed 1094 

City Motor Bus Co. : Permission for oprration of a bus line 

on Central av., from W. North av. to W. Roosevelt 
road. Order (referred Feb. 7, 192.3, p. 1819), 

Filed 196-7 

City ofiBces. (See the heading "Offices (general".) 

City rhysician: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2261 

Monthly reports. For June, July. August, September, 
-October and December, 1923, and January and Feb- 
ruary, 1924, Filed 839, 1174, 1561, 1786, 2105 

City property, leases, etc.: 

Alleys : leases for private use authorized by the Com. on 
Railroads. Industries and Compensation. (See under 
the heading "Alleys".) 

Alleys adjoining certain City property : contracts for 

paving (Schmidt Construction Co.). Order, Passed.1'602 

Andrews Bldg. : lease of Rooms 401 to 404 for the Dept. 

of Gas and Electricity. Order, Passed 1651 

Argyle St. (No. 1333) : lease of the premises for use as a 
fire station (Essanay Film Mfg Co.). Order, 
Passed 1650-1 

Berwyn, City of : appropriation for payment of unpaid 
special assessments on City property in Berwyn. 
See 2315 

Brookfield, Village of: Lot 4 In Superior Court Comrs.' 
partition. (See under "Superior Court Comrs.' par- 
tition", below.) 

Building violations existing at City-owned institutions : 
reports in connection with a survey. (See "Survey, 
etc." under the heading "Buildings".) 

Burnham Bldg. : lease of Room 429 for the Committee on 

Harbors, Wharves and Bridges. Order, Possed . . . 2491 

Chicago av.. west of Fairbanks court : use of a strip of 
land ad.iacent to the Cavalry Armory by the Chicago 
National Guard Commission. Come, from F. O. 
Wetraore (referred May 20, 1921, p. 215), Filed 702 

Chicago River : leases of docks, wharves, etc. (See under 
the heading "Docks, wharves, etc.") 

Cicero av. (No. 1549 N.) : lease of the premises for use 

as an infant welfare station. Ordinance, Po.ssed..l650 

Diversey parkway : at s.w. cor. of N. Marshfleld av. 
(See "Kuester & Riemer's Sub"., below.) 

Easements. (See the heading "Easements".) 

Education, Board of : sales, leases, etc. of school prop- 
erty. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Education, Board of".) 

Ewlng av. : premises No. 10120. (See "Taylor's Third 
Addn. to South Chicago", below.) 

Fifty-first st. (No. 22 W.) : lease of the premises for use 

as an infant welfare station. Ordinance, Passed.. 1650 

Grand av., at N. Campbell av. (See "Wright & Webster's 
Sub." below.) 

Harlem av. : request for dedication of certain land for 
the opening of the street between Riverside park- 
way and 22nd st. Resolution (City Council, City 
of Berwyn) , to Local Ind 838 

Houston av. (No. 13259) : renewal of lease of the prem- 
ises for use as an infant welfare station. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1650 



City property, leases, etc.; 

Kuester & Reimer's Sub. of n. 389.2 ft., N. E. %, N. E. 
%, S. E. %, Sec. 30-40-14: sale of Lot 28 and part 
of Lot 29 (s.w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. 
Marshfleld a v.). Ordinance (authorizing advertise- 
ment). Passed 480-1 

Bids, to Finance 839 

Order (rejecting bids and directing readvertise- 

ment) , Passed 1081 

Bid to Finance 1710 

Resolution (extending time for acceptance of 
bid) , Adopted 1998 

La Salle st., at Illinois st. : renewal of lease of the 
premises for use as a police traffic division barn. 
Ordinance, Passed 1650 

Loomis St., at n.e. cor. of W. Monroe st. : conveyance to 
the City of property and building in connection with 
settlement of the suit of Samuel Grossman vs. City 
of Chicago et al. (bill to compel accounting of 
"Pageant of Progress"). Come. (Cily Compt.), Pub. 

and to Finance 1890-2 

Ordinance, Passed 2140 

Michigan av., E. 95th St., E. 97th st. and S. Statfe st. 
(territory bounded by). (See "Section 10-37-14", be- 
low.) 

Municipal Pier: leases of docks, wharves, etc. (See under 
the heading "Municipal Pier, Bureau of'.T 

Nursery, Municipal (Berwyn, 111.) : installation of a sewer 

(P. K. Clayton). Order, Passed 1308 

Occupancy of public lands by railroads : supplementary 
appropriation for surveys by the Com. on Local 

Industries, etc. Ordinance, Passed 623-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Occupancy (private) of public lands : appropriation for 
services of ,an attorney for litigation relating there- 
to. See 2^1^ 

One hundred nineteenth st. (No. 439 W.) : lease of the 
premises for use as an infant welfare station. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1650 

Pullman Sewage Pumping Station site : reconveyance of 
the site to the Pullman Land Assn. Ordinance, 
Passed 684-5 

Quit-claim deeds. (For data, if any, see the heading 
"Quit-claim deeds".) 

Real estate : authority for purchases during the Council 

vacation. Ordinance, Passed 797 

School lands. (See under the heading "Education, Board 
of.) 

Section 10-37-14 : lease of N. 20 acres of W. 53% acres 
of N. W. 14 from Cook County as a site for an 
athletic field and playground. Order, Passed 560 

Section 23 40-13: purchase of the west 100 ft. of the 

east 210.95 ft. of the west 738.97 ft. as a site for 
asphalt plant No. 2. Ordinance, Passed 1408 

Sherman (S. W.) Sub. of Block 98, School Section Addn. 
to Chicago, Sec. 16-39-14 : sale of parts of Lots 22 
and 23, together with brick bui'ding thereon (331- 
33 S. Wells St.). Ordinance (authorizing adver- 
tisement), Passed 480 

Amended 620 

Come, from the City Compt. (reporting bids re- 
ceived in response to advertisement). Pub 839 

South Water st. (Nos. 57-61 E.) : renewal of lease of the 
premises for use as a fire station. Ordinance, 
Passed 1^50 

Springfield av. Pumping Station : lease of land lying east 
of the station for storage purposes (C, M. & St. P. 
Ry. Co.). Ordinance, Passed 1403-4 

Stock Exchange Bldg. : renewal of lease of Rooms 437 to 
444 for the Board of Local Improvements. Order, 
Passed l^J^l 

Streets : leases for private use authorized by the Com. 
on Railroads, Industries and Compensation. (See 
under the names of the respective streets.) 

Superior Court Comrs.' partition of west 1192 ft. of S. 
W. %, Sec. 35-39-12 : payment of special assessments 
on Lot 4 to the Village of Brookfield. Ordinance, 
Passed -^^"5 

Surveys of public lands : appropriation for the purpose. 

See ^^12 

Taylor's Third Addn. to South Chicago, N. W. %, Sec. 
8-37-15 : purchase of Lot 9, Block 2, as a site for a 
police station. Ordinances, Passed 233, 793-4 



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INDEX 



47 



City property, leases, etc.: 

Thirty-first st. and S. Ivedzie av. : renewal of lease of 
space for use as a walk over bridge. Ordinance, 
Passed ItJoO 

Thirty-fourth st., at S. Ivedzie av. : tease of property for 

use as a dump (Wm. J. Stepp). Ord-r, Passed .. .1925-G 

Vehicles owntnl and operated by the City : in the matter 
of marking vehicles other than those of the Mayor 
and Dept. of I'olice to indicate such ownership. 

Ordinance, to Finaiuc 1400 

Kesolution (censuring Aid. Albert for an alleged 
attack on the Chairman of the Committee on Finance 
concirnlng the assignment of a police automobile to 
said Chairman ) , Adopted 1400 

Wells St.: at Nos. 331-33 S. (See "Sherman's (S. W. 
Sub.", above.) 

Wright and Webster's Sub., N. E, V4. Sec. 12-30-13: 
purchase of Block 7 as a site for a dump (W. Grand 
av. at N. Campbell av.). Ordinance, Passed ■■■ -^oo-iS 

Amended 1060 

Order (authorizing advancement of earnest 
money and payment of purchase price), Passed ....1000 
City Sealer. (See the heading "Weights and Measures. De- 
partment of".) 
City State Bank of Chicago: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

City Treasurer: 

t Annual report for 1922. Filed 115 

Appropriations (annual). See 2227-8 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vffocrf. . . .2393 

Certain Items, Amended 2537 

Attorney for the City Treasurer : appropriation for sal- 
ary. (See the appropriations for the City Treasurer, 
noted above.) 
City-Wide Play Festival : Endorsement of the festival. 

Come. (Kate Hirtenstein). Pub 330 

Resolution, Adopted <5S1 

Civil Service Coiratussion: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2230-2 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2373 

Certain Items, Amended 252t) 

Overtime: authority for payment. Order. pa.s-.sc'(?. . . .1441 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers of 
funds".) 
Claim agencies : Repeal of license requirements. Ordi- 
nance (see Sec. 4), Passed 1405-6 

Clanton, Edna M. : Claim. Order, Defet-rcd and Pi(6... 24(32 

Claremont av. : 

Opening of the street, between Winnemac av. and Ainslie 

St. Ordinance, Passed 1(;94 

Paving and improving, from 363 ft. north of Devon av. 

to 132 ft; north of Arthur av. (See "Paving, and 

improving, from N. Robey st. to N. Western av., 

etc." under the heading "Arthur av.") 

Sewer, from W. 107th st. to 33 ft. north of W. 105th 

St. Ordinance, Passed 303 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Glenlake av. to 372 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st St. to 504 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 105th st. to 5 ft. north of 

W. 107th St. Ordinance, Passed 919 

Water supply pipe, from W. 107th st. to 48 ft. north 

ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Claremont Coal Co.: Switch track . (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks".) 
Clarence av. : Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. 

to 44 ft. west. Order, Passed 2406 

Clarendon av. : 

"Through traffic street", from Broadway to Lake Michi- 
gan. Ordinance, to Local Trans 163 

Suhst. Ordinance, Passed 798 

Second Ordinance, Passed itjoa 

Report of newspaper publication. Se^ 1784 

Water supply pipe, from Lakeside pi. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Lawrence av. to 48 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-'o0 

Clarendon Beach. (See under "Bathing heaches, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 



Clark, Anthony J. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Clark, David W. : Resignation as vice-president and member 

of the Board of Local Improvements. Noted 108 

Clark. F. .T. and B. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Clark, ,lohn S. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Clark, Michael: Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Clark Playgrounds. (See under "Playgrounds, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches".) 
Clark St. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, 
Bureau of".) 
Canopy at No. 40 S. (See under the heading "Thomp- 
son, John R.") 
Canopy at Nos. 314-16 N. (See under the heading "Raid, 

Murdoch & Co.") 
Canopy at Nos. 750-52 N. (See under the heading 

"Immenhausen, Amanda".) 
Canopy at No. 852 N. (See under the heading "Choynski, 

Maurice A.") 
Canopy at Nos. 2734-36 N. (See under the heading 

Siebert, Eva".) 
Canopy at No. 3317 N. (See under the heading "Bren- 
ner. I>ottie G.") 
Canopy at Nos. 5241-43 X. (See under the heading "Stone, 

Fannie".) 
Conduit under and across the street, north of W. Adams 
St. (See under the heading "Illinois Maintenance 
Co.") 
Newstand at No. 141 N. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 534 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Diversey parkway 

to 150 ft. south (e. side). Ordinance, Passed. .. .1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Center st. to Diversey 

parkway. Order, to Finance 321 

Passed 695 

Riser, stairway area and light areaway in sidewalk space 
at n.e. corner of W. Superior st. (See under the 
heading "Brown, Kenneth".) 
Sidewalk space at n.w. cor. of W. Madison st. : permis- 
sion for occupation. Order, Passed 462 

Sidewalk, from W. Chestnut st. to W. Chicago av. (e. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 2137 

Sidewalks, from W. Goethe st. to W. Division st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed -us i 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Ventilating shaft a No. 10 N. (See under the heading 

"Harding Hotel Co.") 
Ventilating shaft or tunnel, at No. 127 N. (See under 

the heading "Palace Theatre & Realty Co.") 
Water main system, between Ridge av. and Devon av. : 
supplementary appropriation for betterments. Or- 
dinance, Passed 645-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Widening of the street, from Devon av. to Edgewater av. 

(This is part of the project for the improvement of 

Ashland av. For data, see the notations under 

the heading "Ashland av.") 

Clark Street (North) Business Men's Assn. (.See the heading 

"North Clark Street Business Men's Assn.") 
Clarke, Harry O. : Completion of building. (See under 

the heading "Collins, John V.") 
Clarke Spear Hotel Co., The : Driveway. Order, Passed. S99 

Clausen, Dorothy: Claim. To Finance 1738 

Claussen, C. F. : Cancellation of bond. Order, Passed.. 617 

Claussen, W. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 312 

Passed 493-4 

Clayhorn, F. T. : Real estate office. (See under the head- 
ing "Laye, James E.") 
Clayton, P. K. : Installation of plumbing for the City. 

Orders, Passed 1138, i;308. 1535, 1536 

Cleaning plants : In the matter of the elimination of a 

requirement for a 50-foot clearance on all sides. Come. 

(C. of F. P. & P. S.), to Judiciary 1431 

Clearing, Village of : In the matter of the taking over of 

the water system of the village by the City of Chicago, 
etc. (See the notations under "Water system" under the 
heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 



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1923-24 



Clemens, William : Claim. To Finance 2017 

CJeminson, Dr. Haldane : Vacation of part of an alley in 
East Chicago Lawn-Campbell's Sub. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Clerk, F. J. & B. (See the heading "Clark, F. J. & B.") 
Clerks of election. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Cleveland, Chester B. : 

Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of an ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate of compensation as special 

counsel. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 355-6 

Traction litigation : repeal of an ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate of compensation as special coun- 
sel. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 305 

Clifford, W. L. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 306 

Passed 1074 

Clifton, C. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 516 

Clifton Park av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. Roosevelt 

road and Ogden av. Order, Passed 307 

Sewer, from W. 30th st. to W. 28th st. (See "Sewer, 
from Sanitary District Channel to W. 32nd st., etc." 
under the heading "Lawndale av.") 
Sidewalk, from Douglas boul. to W. 16th st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 213 

Sidewalk, from W. 22nd st. to W. 24th st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Deferred 209 

Cline, Harry .T. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Clingman, Lewis B. : Claim. To Finance 1023 

Clinite, Dr. H. E. : Sign. Order, Passed 1029-30 

Clinton, John: Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Clinton st. : 

Mail chute, at s.w. cor. of W. Adams st. (See under the 

heading "Florsheim Shoe Co., The".) 
Paving and improving, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roose- 
velt road. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pul). and 

to Local Ind 1803-8 

Ordinance, Passed 2006 

Sidewalk, from W. Van Buren st., to W. Harrison st. 

(e. side). Ordinance. Passed 214 

Sidewalks and retaining walls, from W. Harrison st. to 
W. Roosevelt road (both sides). Ordinance, 

Passed 544 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roose- 
velt road : appropriation for preliminary expense. 

See 2270 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. 
Roosevelt road : direction for application, toward the 
payment of public benefits, of compensation de- 
rived from vacation of streets and alleys incident 

to the improvement- Order, to Finance 544 

Filed 1457 

Clips (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers 

and junk".) 
Clock signs in sidewalk space. (See under the respective 
streets and alleys, and under the names of particular in- 
dividuals, etc.) 

Cloonan, William : Claim. To Finance 2174 

Cloud, W. : Porch. Order, Passed 2026 

Clow (James B.) & Sons : Sale of pipe castings and cast- 
iron pipe to the City. Orders, Passed 1925 

Club Building : Canopy. Order, Passed 1482 

Club Service Co.: Claim. Order, Deferred and Piih 2462 

Clybourn av. : 

Filling station, at n. e. cor. of Greenview av. (See under 

the heading "Alpert, Samuel W.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Belmont av. to 300 

ft. south (e. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Sidewalk, from W. Division st. to Larrabee st. (s. w. 

side). Ordinance, Passed 2137 

Clyde av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 
83rd st. etc." under the heading "Paxton av.") 
Paving, from E. 83rd st. to South Chicago av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Order (authorizing payment of compensa- 
tion for paving additional width of E. 83rd St.), 

Passed 591-2 

Amended 878, 1083 



Clyde av. : 

Paving, from E. 93rd st. to E. 94th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 203 

Water service pipes, between E, 93rd st. and B. 94th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 1027 

Coal, charcoal and coke : 

Purchase of coal by the City for sale in small quantities : 
direction for an appropriation of $100,000 for the 
purpose. Order (referred Sept. 21, 1922, pp. 

935-6) , Filed 703 

Retail dealers in coal : licenses required ; license fees 
fixed ; metal license plates to be affixed to vehicles ; 
exclusion of "Peddlers of Coal, Charcoal and Coke" 
and "Dealers in Hay, Straw, Grain and Mill Feed" 
from ordinance provisions ; penalty. Ordinance, 

Passed 1694-5 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1707-8.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1784 

Coal-holes in street or sidewalk space. (See under the re- 
spective streets and alleys, and under the names of par- 
ticu'ar individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, if any 
see under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." 
under the heading "Streets".) 
Coburn. John J. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in certain 
property acquired through tax sales. (See under the 
heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 

Coca Cola Co. : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 933 

Passed 1146 

Second Order, to Local Ind 1298 

Passed l35!;-60 

Code, Rev. C. G. : Claim. To Finance 1689 

Coffee houses or ordinaries : 

License fee for Class III ooffis houses cbaugod ;..ud com- 
bination licenses eliminated. Ordinance, Passe*. 1867-8 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

License fee for establishments serving cereal or malt bev- 
erages : fixing of a special license fee. Ordinance, 

Passed 1538-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1710 

Withholding of issuance of licenses for operation. Or- 

der (directing withholding until Jan. 15, 1924), 

Passed 1475 

Cogan. Edward : Vacation of part of an alley in Prank's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Cogan, Mrs. M. : Claim. To Finance 2017 

Cohan's Grand Opera House : Cancellation of warrants 

for collection. Order, Passed 1345 

Cohen, Benjamin E. : Vacation of N. State st. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Cohen, C. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Cohen, Harry: Driveways. (See under the heading 
"Schifftuan, Moe I.") 

Cohen, I.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1478 

Passed 1763-4 

Cohen, Jennie I.: Driveways. Order, Passed ....2127 

Cohen (Nathan) & Son : Sign. Order, Passed 1683 

Cohen (S. and A.) & Co.: Signr. Order, Passed 378 

Cohen, Sam : Vacation of part of an alley in Nutt's Sub. 
(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Cohen. Samuel A.: Driveway. Order, Passed 161-2 

Cohn (L. A.) & Bro. : Loading platform. Ordinance (for 

repeal of an ordinance passed June 30, 1920), Passed. . . . 841 
Cohn, Louis A. and Max S. : Loading platform (with 

ramps). Ordinance, to Local Ind 154 

Passed 801-2 

Acceptance and bond- See '. 835 

Colby (John A.) & Sons: Loading platform: acceptance 

and bond (under an ordinance passed March 26, 1923). 

See 112 

Cole, Hugh A. : Claim. To Finance 2157 

Cole Motor Co. : Sale of automobiles to the City. Come., 

to Finance 1174 

Subst. Order, Passed 1262 

Coleman, John : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 939 

Coles av. : Sidewalks, from E. 73rd st. to E. 74th st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 903-4 

Coles, W. G. : Addition to porch. Order, Passed 1044 

Colfax av. : 

Opening of the street, across the right of way of the 

B. & O. R. R. Ordinance, Passed 1118 

Sidewalk, from E. 82nd st. to E. 8.3rd st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1024-5 



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Colfax av. : 

Watcf supply pipe, from E. 82nd st. to E. 83rd st. Or- 
der, Passqd 2063 

Water supply pipe, from E. "Olst st. to E. 92nd st. Or- 
der, Passed ■'•^^-^ 

Water supply pipe, from E. 92nd st. to E. 93rd st. Or- 
der, Passed 1341-2 

Colitz, B. : Driveway. Order, i'«sso(J 1386 

Collection agencies : Repeal of license requirements. Or- 
dinance (see See. 4), Passed 1405-6 

Collector, City. (See the heading "City Collector".) 

Colley, Agnes B. : Driveway. Order, Passed 939 

Collins, E. W. : Claim. Order. Passed 516-17 

Collins, Geo. E. : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Collins, J. J. : Sign. Order, Passed 2014 

Collins, John V. : Completion of building (permission to 

John V. Collins, John H. Nelson and Harry O. Clarke). 

Order, to Bldgs m''' 

Deferred and Pid 2480 

Collins, Lillian M. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Collins, Morgan A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Collins Storage Co.: Sign. Order, to G., O. d E. L....1860 

Collins (W. P.) Oil Co.: 

Driveways. Order. Passed 1227 

Sign. Order, Passed 2075 

Colnon, John E. and Helen M. : Vacation of alleys in 
Cremin and Brenan's Fair View Park Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Colnon (John E.) & Co.: Temporary drain. Order, 

Passed ^^^^ 

Colonial Oil Co. : Claim. FUed 371-2 

Colonial Steel Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 929 

Columbia av. : Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan: 

recommendation that the wall be not disturbed. (See 

the report of the Com. on Ivocal Industries, etc.. noted 

under "Lake Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Columbia State Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Columbian iBank Note Co. : 

Bonds: engraving for the City. Orders, Passed 

1489, 1489-90 

Pay checks : printing for the City. Orders, Passed. . . . 

236, 1747 

Special assessment bonds : printing for the City. Or- 
der, Passed 234 

Street car transportation books : printing for the City. 

Order, Passed 1310 

Comfort Station Bond Fund. (For data, if any. see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Comfort stations, public. (See under the heading "Health, 

Dept. of.) 
Comiskey, Charles A. : Expression of appreciation of efforts 
made by Mr. Comiskey to preserve clean sportsmanship 

in baseball. Resolution, Adopted 1854-5 

Commerce Commission. Illinois. (See under the heading 

"Illinois, State of".) 
Commercial agencies : Repeal of license requirements. 

Ordinance (see See. 4), Passed 1405-6 

Commercial av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 132nd st. to Brainard 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2494 

Water meter at No. 8805: removal. Order (referred 

Feb. 21, 1923, p. 1870), FUed 610-11 

Commercial districts. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 
Commercial Light Co. : Installation and maintenance of a 

system of ornamental atreet lights. Ordinance, to 

G.^ 0. & E. L 1693 

Passed 1845-6 

Commercial National Safe Deposit Co. : Bridge (covered 

passageway). Ordinance, to Local Ind 1850 

Commercial Oil Co. : Driveways. Orders, to Local Ind. 

633, 924, 2178-0 

Orders, Passed 631, 931, 1146, 1269 

Order, Deferred and Pm6 • • • 2472 

Committee-rooms. (For data, if any, see under "City Hall" 

under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 
Committees of the City Council. (For general data, see "Com- 
mittees" under the heading "City Council". For mat- 
ters relating to particular committees, see the notations 
under the names of the respective committees.) 



Couiiaittees and Rules, Committee on. Appointment of 
members. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Commodore Garage Building Corp. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed ^^"^ 

Common Council. (See the heading "City Council".) 

Commonwenlth av. : Canopy at No. 2355. (See under the 

heading "Schuttler, Walter".) 

Commonwealth Edison Co. (See under the heading "Electric 
light and power".) 

Commoiiwealth State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Community Hospital Assn. : 

Free installation of water service pipe. Order, Passed 147 

Free permit for sewer connection. Order, Passed .... 147 

CciinMHinity State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 

der the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Compensation, Bureau of : Elimination of the Bureau from 

the Dept. of Public Works ; changes in ordinance con- 
cerning permits, etc., made necessary by the creation of 
the Department of Compensation. Ordinance, 

Passed 1425-30 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1551-2.) 
Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Compensation, Department of: 

.\ccounting number assigned to the Department. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1425-30 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1551-2.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Annual report for 1923. Pub. and Filed 1875-6 

Appropriations (for 1923). See 658-9 

Appropriations (for 1924). See 2285 

Creation of the department : office of Commissioner cre- 
ated and powers and duties prescribed ; work of the 

department outlined. Ordinance, Passed 627 

Amended '^^6 

Permits for sundry privileges: ordinances poncerning 

permits, etc., amended. Ordinance, Passed . . . 1425-30 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1551-2.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Renewals of franchises or privileges : direction for sub- 
mission of ordinances to the City Council. Order, 

Passed 2192 

Complete Artificial Stone Co. : Driveway. Order, Passe(i.2181 

Comptroller. City. (See the heading "City Comptroller".) 
Comptroller's Capital Account. (For data, if any, see "Capi- 
tal accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Concealed weapons. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Weapons".) 
Concord pi. : Sidewalks, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lamon 

av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 2181 

Concrete Engineering Co. : Sale of reinforcing bars to the 

City. Order, Passed 1244 

Condemnation proceedings. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Special assessments, special taxation, etc.") 
Conduits. (For conduits at particular locations, see under 
the respective streets and alleys and under the names of 
particular individuals, etc.) 
Conforti, S, : Permission to lay drains in certain streets 

on payment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed 323-4 

Congregation Anshe Korostishew : Addition to building. 

Order, to Bldgs 19^8 

Passed 2091 

Congregation Anshe-Polan-Bny-Abraham : Closing of S. Pau- 
lina St. to traffic. Order, Passed) 928 

Congregation .\nshe Yavne : Maintenance of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1475 

Filed 1668 

Congregation B'nai Bezalel : Free permits for a church 

building. Order, to Bldgs 900 

Passed 1006 

Congregation of the Temple Mizpah : Free permits for 

erection of temple and community house. Order, Pa^ssed 323 

Congregation Tiphereth Israel Anshe Lubnick : Mainte- 
nance and occupancy of church building. Order to 

1231 

Pa:ssed) 1366 

Congregational Church : Closing of S. Homan av. to traffic. 

Order, Passed 388 

Congress st. : 

Loading platform, east of S. Kilpatrick av. (See under 
the heading "Belden Mfg. Co.") 






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Congress St. : 

Switch track across the street, east of S. Kilpatrick av. 
(See under "Belden Mfg. Co" under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 

Conlon, Edward J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 929 

Conlon, Michael C. : Death. (See under the heading 
"Deaths".) 

Connelly, Joseph P. : Claim. To Finance 1856 

Connelly (Thomas) Co.: Sale of cement to the City. 

Order, Passed 1966-7 

Connizzo, John : Claim. To Finance 1471 

Connors, Wm. J. : 
Appointments. 
Official bond, 
issues".) 
Consolidated Company : 

cation, to Local Ind. 
Consolidated Machine Tool Corp. : Sale of a lathe and 

drill to the City. Order, Passed 263 

Consolidated Utilities Corp. : Claim. (See under the head- 
ing "Vaughan Mfg. Novelty Co.") 
Constance av. : 

Building (three-story) at s. e. cor. of E. 72nd St. : per- 
mission for construction. Order, Deferred and 



(See under the heading "Appointments".) 
(See under the heading "Bonds and bond 



Lease of space in alley. Appli- 



.1978 



Puy. 



.2483 



Water supply pipe, from E. 87th st. to E. 88th st. Or- 
dinance, Passed 760 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe from E. 93rd st. to 300 ft. south. 



Order, Passed 



296 



1293 
1360 



Water supply pipe, from E. 93rd st. to 288 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Constitution of the State. (See under the heading "Illinois 

State of.) 
Constitution of the United States. (For data, if any, see 

under the heading "United States Government".) 
Construction Division. (See the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Construction Division Capital Account (Bureau of Engineer- 
ing). (For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" under 
the heading "Finance".) 
Consumers Company : 

■Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of part of an alley in Bradwell's Addn. to Chi- 
cago. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Warrant for collection : compromise settlement. Come. 

(City Comp.), to Finance 1785-6 

Consumers Sanitary Coffee and Butter Store: Driveway. 

Order, to Local Ind 

Passed 

Contagious Disease Hospital Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the ' heading 
"Finance".) 

Contagious Disease Hospital, Municipal. (See under the head- 
ing "Health, Dept. of ".) 

Continental Bolt and Iron Works: Vault. Ordinance 
(for repeal of an ordinance passed Nov 10 190'^) 
^°**^'* ' "l078-9 

Continental Candy Corporation : Loading platform : Or- 

dinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed Dec. 22, 1920) 
Passed ' ' 

Continental Casualty Co. : Sign (roof). 

^'^^'^ 1286-7 

Continental and Commercial National Bank: Deposits of 
City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 

Continental and Commercial Trust and Savings Bank : De- 
posits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Continental Paper Grading Co. : Loading platform : accept- 

ance and bond (under an ordinance passed March 4 

1923) . See ' ^ ^2 

Contracts and contractors : 

Gas and Electricity, Commissioner of: restoration of au- 
thority to the Commissioner to award and execute 
contracts in certain cases. Ordinance, Passed. . . .206-7 

Reconsidered and to Finance 323 

Passed ' ' ' ' ygg.g 

Report of newspaper publication. See . . . 836 

Paving of streets by private contract. (For general data, 
If any, see under "Paving of streets" under the 
heading "Streets".) 



253-4 

Order, to Bldgs. 618 



Contracts and contractors : 

Sewers and drains constructed by private contract. (For 
general data, of any, see under the heading "Sew- 
ers".) 
Sidewalk contractors : requirement for money deposits in 

lieu of bonds. Ordinance, to Judiciary 391 

Recommitted 582-3 

Passed -^gQ 

Report of newspaper publication. See 969-70 

Sidewalks laid by private contract. (For general data, if 
any, see under the heading "Sidewalks".) 
Convention Hall, Municipal : Direction for consideration of 

the matter of issuing bonds for construction. Order, 

Puh. and to Finance 1476 

Conway, Eugene : Claims. Orders, Passed. 556-7, 1133-4, 2456 
Cook, Charles F. : Claim. Filed , 1453 

Cook Cotinty: 

Chicago, City of: direction for negotiations for adjust- 
ment and settlement of miscellaneous outstanding 
accounts between the City and the County. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 145 

Conduits. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1040 

Passed 1314 

Acceptance. See 1553 

Coroner: recommendation for certain changes in the issu- 
ance of vehicle licenses for the purpose of curbing 
reckless driving. Come, (referred Dec. 27, 1922, 

p. 1567), to Police .' 9 

Filed 377.8 

Coroner : recommendation of a coroner's jury for cUanges 
at the SheflSeld av. street railway terminal in con- 
nection with the death of Dorris Harriet Skogsberg. 
Come, (referred May 24, 1922, p. 178), Filed 197 

Coroner : recommendation that the sale of firearms be 
prohibited to other than householders. Come, (re- 
ferred Dee. 6, 1922, p. 1428), to Police 9 

Piled 377-8 

County Clerk : results of municipal elections of Feb. 27, 
1923, and April 3, 1923. Certificates, Puh. and 
Filed 1.2 

Forest Preserve District: loan of condemned hose to the 

District by the Fire Dept. Order, Passed 785 

Forest Preserve District: transfer of ticket booths from 

the Municipal Pier. Order, Passed 1489 

Jail : in the matter of the construction of a building on 
the site of the jail for housing certain City and 
County institutions. Resolution (Board of 

Comrs.) , to Finance 114 

Oak Forest Infirmary : designation of Ward O, Cottage 6, 
as a work-house for persons convicted for violation 
of State laws and City ordinances. Resolution, 

Adopted 764-5 

Property bounded by Michigan av., E. 95th st., E. 97th st. 
and S. State st. : lease to the City as a site for an 
athletic field and playground. Order, Passed . . . 560 

State's Attorney : assignment of not to exceed 40 patrol- 
men or sergeants to the direct command and control 
of the State's Attorney. Ordinance (referred Nov. 

9, 1921, p. 1216), Filed 702 

Taxing officials of the County : designation of a commis- 
sion to meet with the officials as a means of assuring 
the City adequate revenues from tax collections (See 
the notations under "Financial condition, etc." under 
the heading "Finance".) 
Vacation of Ransom st. and adjacent alleys. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Cook County Real Estate Board : 

Subdivisions of land : protest against a proposed change 
in the method of approval of maps and plats. 

Resolution, to Finance 1874 

To Local Ind 2005 

Filed 2479 

Subways : protest against expenditure of moneys in the 
"traction funds" for the building of subways. 
Come, (referred March 26, 1923, pp. 2121-2), Filed. 19Q-1 
Telephone rates : protest against increases in the rates. 

Come, (referred June 23, 1919, p. .391), Filed 1215-16 

Cook, Judge Wells M. : Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 



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INDEX 



51 



Cook-Lake Motor Stages, Inc. : 

Notice of application for a certificate of convenience and 
necessity to operate motor buses between certain 
points in Chicago and the villages of Des Plaines 
and Park Ridge. Come, from the City Clerk (re- 
ferred March 22, p. 2047), Filed 611-12 

Notice of application for a certificate of convenience and 
necessity to transport passengers and property by a 
motor vehicle between Gale st. and Milwaukee av. 
and •■Edison Park". Come, from the City Clerk 

(referred Jan. 18. 1922, p. 165S), Filed 611-12 

Cook, Jerome T. : Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 

Cook, Louise : Completion of building. Order, to Bldgs. 468 

Passed • • : ^^^ 

Cook, Michael J. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 302 

Cooke (Geo. J.) Co. : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 632 

Tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind 6.S2 

Passed 710-11 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Coolidge Drug Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1046 

Cooper, Abraham J. and Samuel: Bridge (covered passage- 
way and vaults. Ordinance, to Local Ind 462 

Cooper, Archie : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Cooper, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 913 

Cooper, Joseph : Sign. Order, Passed 1239 

Cooper, Michael : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 400 

Parsed 653-4 

Copper (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk deal- 
ers and junk".) 
Corbett, Fred : Tapping of water supply pipes. Or- 
ders, Passed 1127, 1398 

Corcoran, J. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Corcoran. John F. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldfis 969 

Passed 1606 

Corkery Playground. (See under "Playgrounds, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches. Bureau of".) 
Corman. J. M. : Ornamental clock. Ordinance, Passed. .1525 

Cornelia av. : 

Surplus dirt in the street : in the matter of an appropri- 
ation for removal. Order, to Finance 1960 

Water supply pipe, from 376 ft. west of N. Central av. 

to 49 ft. westward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 424 ft. west of N. Central av. 

to 49 ft. west of Major av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Cornell av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 73rd st. to 15 ft. north. 
(See "Paving and improving, from Stony Island av. 
to Exchange av., etc." under the heading "Seventy- 
third St.") 
Paving, from Anthony a v. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Jeffery av., etc." under the 
heading "Anthony av.") 
Sidewalk, from E. 75th st. to E. 76th st. (e. side). Or- 
dinance, Passed 2171 

Cornell, Dr. E. L. : Claim. Order, Deferred and P»b...2463 
Cornell (Paul) Estate: Driveways. Order. Passed.... 899 

Corporate Purposes Fund. (See under the heading "Finance".) 
Corporation Counsel. (See the heading "Law, Department 

of".) 
Correction. House of. (See the heading "House of Correc- 
tion".) 
Cortanz. Mrs. C. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 474 

Passed 741 

Cortez St. : Sidewalks, from N. California av. to N. Sacra- 
mento av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed . . .* 938 

Cortland st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Austin av. to N. Mayfield av. 

. Order, Passed 1299 

Water supply pipe, from N. Mayfield av. to N. Mansfield 

av. Order. Passed 1562 

Cosentino, Jos. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Cosmetic or physical therapeutic establishments : Provision 

for prorating of license fees. Ordinance, Passed 1345 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1558 

Cosmopolitan Community Centre of the People's Church : 
Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 



Cosmopolitan Securities Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed.. 917 

Cosmopolitan State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Costello, Thomas: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Cottage Grove av. : 

Canopy at No. 0351. (See under the heading "Cinderella 

Chinese and American Restaurant".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from E. 63rd st. to alley 

first north (w. side). Ordinance, Passed 2491 

"Parking" of vehicles in front of Nos. 5000, 6201, 6216, 
G2;i7, 6245, 6248, 6249, 6323 and 6325. Ordinance, 

Passed 1852 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

Paving and improving at the intersection of E. 22nd st. 

(See "Paving and improving, from E. 23rd st. to the 

first private alley north of E. 10th Street bouL, 

etc." under the heading "Indiana av.") 

"Safety Island", between E. 103rd st. and E. 108th st. : 

direction for installation. Order, to Finance 1385 

Safety Islands with "mushroom" lights, at street Inter- 
sections between E. 103rd st. and E. 111th st. : direc- 
tion for installation. Order, to Finance 202 

Filed 702-4 

Sidewalks, from South Park av. to E. 31st st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2126 

Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Cotton (waste), dealers in: Repeal of license requirements. 

Ordinance (see Sec. 13), Passed 1405-6 

Coughlin, John J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Council Chamber. (For data, if any, see under "City Hall" 

under the heading "City Hall, Bureau of".) 
Council, City. (See the heading "City Council".) 
County of Cook. (See "Cook County".) 
County Jail. (See under the heading "Cook County".) 
"Country roads". (For data, if any, see "Through route 
streets", noted under "Vehicle Tax Fund" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Courteous Service Stations, Inc. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 321 

Second Order, to Local Ind 303 

Passed 570 

Sign in parkway. Order, Passed 313 

Courtney. Thomas J.: Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 

Cowhey, James: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Cowing, John P. : Suggestion for a continuance of the 

"flat rate" telephone service. Come, (referred Nov. 

18, 1918, p. 1131), Filed 1215-16 

Cowles, C. C. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1445-6 

Cowles, Charles C. : Claim. To Finance 1121 

Cox, W. G. : Driveways. Order, Passed 2490 

Coyle av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Odell av. to 200 ft. east t!iere- 

of . Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from 170 ft. east of N. California 
av. to 256 ft. west of N. Western av. Order, 

Passed 248-50 

Coyle (E. J.) & Co. : Sale of wagon skeins to the City. 

Order, Deferred and Ptii 2467 

Coyle, Frank J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Coyne, William J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Cragin State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Craig. Andrew : "Parking" privileges under the south ap- 

proach of the Michigan av. bridge (permission to Andrew 
Craig and R. E. Lydy). Applications, to Local Ind.. . .1890 

Craig & Flood : Driveways. Order, Passed 1461 

Crandon av. : Water supply pipe, from E. 83rd st. to 12 

ft. northward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Crane, Clara : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 918 

Passed 1606 

Crane, Henry S. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 543 

Crankshaw, H. C. : Claim. To Finance 1022 

Crawford av. : 

Battery service and filling station at No. 2538 S. : pro- 
test against establishment. Petition, to O., 0. 

& E. L... 438 

Filed 740 



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Crawford av. : 

Bridge across the Illinois and Michigan Canal. (See un- 
der "Bridges and viaducts" under the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Buildings at Nos. 205-233 N. : permission for construction. 

Order, to Bldgs 1477 

Passed 2149 

Canopy at Nos. 124-32 N. (See under the heading 

"Guyon, J. Louis".) 
Canopy at No. 3157 N. (See under the heading "Cas- 

telli, Louis J.") 
Drains, between Argyle st. and Foster av. Ordinance, 

Passed 2510 

Opening and widening of the street, between the I. & M. 

Canal and Archer av. Ordinance, Passea 624 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from W. 22nd st. to 200 

ft. south (e. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Paving and improving, from Argyle st. to Bryn Mawr av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2135 

Sidewalks, from W. Roosevelt rd. to W. 16th st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2177 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at No. 856 N. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1860 

Water meter at No. 2100 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1392 

Crawford Furniture Co. : Maintenance of shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 1Q39 

^"'^ed 1286 

Crawford State Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Crayne, W. E. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 775 

Cream. (For data, if any, see "Milk and cream" under the 
heading "Foods and food products".) 

Creek, John W. : Sign. Order, Passed 2076 

Cregier Signal Co. : Installation of a wireless telegraph and 

telephone system. Ordinance (referred June 29, 1917, 

p. 860), Filed 1215-16 

Creighton, Thomas : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Cremer, Mathias J. : Driveways. (See under the heading 
"Pontius, Barney".) 

Cribben, James : Driveway. Order, Passed 932 

Cribs. (For data, if any, see under "Water system" under 

the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Crimes and criminals : 

Concealed weapons : in the matter of arrests, prosecutions, 

etc. (See under the heading "Weapons'.) 
Juries in criminal cases : in the matter of the return of 
verdicts as soon as a majority have reached an 
opinion. (See the notations under "Prevention of 
crime", below.) 
Prevention of crime : direction for the submission of or- 
dinances and bills forbidding the advertisement of 
small arms and their sale to persons not legally au- ' 
thorized to carry or use them, providing for the 
return of verdicts by juries in criminal cases as soon 
as a majority have reached an opinion, and lengthen- 
ing the time suspects arrested by the police may be 
held for investigation. Resolution (referred March 

29, p. 2361 ) , Filed I4O.1 

Prisoners in the custody of the Police Dept. : in the 
matter of alleged mistreatment. (See the notations 
under "Prisoners" under the heading "Police, De- 
partment of.) 

Crippen, Stuart S. : Claim. Order, Passed 409 

Crocker, Joseph : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Crockery stores, wholesale: Repeal of linense require- 
ments. Ordinance (see Sec. 10), Passed 1405-6 

Crofts, Wm. L. : Switch tracks. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 
Cross, Ernest M. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub 2468 

Election as Alderman. See i.2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Crotty, John W. : Claim. Order, Passed .'...".'....... 113.8-4 

Crowe, Dorsey R. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 10 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Crowe, M. J.: Claim. To Finance !.! !.1851 



Crowley, Timothy J. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Crumb, William H. : Repeal of an ordinance, passed May 3, 
1920, fixing rate of compensation as an engineer in tele- 
phone-rate litigation. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 355.6 

Crystal st. : Paving, from N. Lincoln st. to 120 ft. west. 
Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed Nov. 10, 

1919), Passed 400 

Ordinance (providing for the improvement), Pa«sed.l380-1 

Cuda, Dorainick : Driveway. Order, Passed 1380-1 

CuUen, Edward: Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 2174 

Deferred and Pub 2472-3 

Cullen-Friestedt Co. : Sale of castings to the City. Or- 
ders, Passed 1527, 1966 

Cullerton, John F. : Official bond. (See under the heading 

"Bonds and bond issues".) 
Cullerton st. : 

Shed at No. 4230 W. : permission for mainjtenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 926. 

-Pi'ed 1112-13 

Sidewalks, from S. Western av. to 420.5 ft. west (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2500 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water meter at No. 1859 : removal. Order, Passed. . . . 596 

Cullnan, Patrick J. : Contract for furnishing tug service 

to the City. Order, Passed 1486 

Cummings (T. A.) Foundry Co. : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1129 

Sale of manhole covers and frames to the City. Order, 

Passed (597 

Cummings, W. F. : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Cummins Perforator Co. : Sale of a perforating and cut- 
ting machine to the City. Order, Passed 1073 

Amended 1311 

Cuneo-Henneberry Co., The: Loading platform. Ordi- 
nance, to Local Ind 1019 

Cuneo, Lawrence : Canopy. Order, Passed 222 

Curran, Bertha: Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed.. 771 

Curran, Lawrence : Claim. To Finance 1684 

Curran, Morris : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Current expenses of the City departments, bureaus, etc. : 
authority for payment prior to the passage of the annual 
Appropriation Bills. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Appropriations".) 

Curry, M. L. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1123 

Passed 1217 

Curtis St. : 

Loading platform at Nos. 304-06 N. (See under the 

heading "Cohn (L. A.) & Bro.") 
Loading platform (with ramps) at n. w. cor. of Fulton 
St. (See under the heading "Cohn, Louis A. and 
Max S.") 
Cusack (Thomas) Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs. ..2079 

Deferred and Pub 2481 

Cutler, David : Sigii. Order, Passed 891 

Cuyler av. : Paving and improving, from Southport av. to 

Greenview av. Ordinance, Passed 2515 

Cyclone Fence Co. : Sale of fencing to the City. Order, 

Passed 488-9 

Czecbo-SIovak Protective Society : Protests against the 
proposed "universal" installation of water meters. 

Come. (Jungmann Lodge No. 20), to Finance 837-8 

Come. (The 'Grand Lodge of III.), to Finance 837-8 

Czernik, Anton : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1397 

Passed 1699 

Czimer, John : Sign. Order, Passed 1856 

Cykalo, Harry: Real estate office. Order, Passed 1685 

D. 

Dagyman, F. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. . 909 

Passed 1006 

Dahlberg (C. A.) & Son: Claim. To Finance 1951 

Dahlberg, Ella M. : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Dahlin & Co. : Vacation of part of Patterson av. and ad- 
jacent alleys. (See the notations under "Patterson av." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Dahme, George: Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1397 

Daitch, H. : Sign. Order, Passed 2I86 

Dakin st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Linder av. to N. 

Central av. Order, Passed 1393 

Second Order, to Finance 1526 

Third Order, Passed 2062 



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53 



Daley, Clarenco M. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Dallinger, Roy : Wooden window frames in building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1119 

Passed 1275 

Dalton, Martin J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Dalton, Thomas J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Daly Brothers : Claim. Order, Passed! 595 

Daly, Clarence M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Daly, J. H. : Sale of boolvs to the City. Order, Passed.. 18^0 

Daly, John L. : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

'Bldgs 2022 

Passed 2523 

Daminie, Dr. Joseph: Public garage. Order, to Birfj/s. . .1743 

Passed 2046-7 

Dan Reale, J. (See the heading "Reale, J. Dan".) 
Dance halls and dances. (See under the heading "Amuse- 
ments".) 
Dancing schools. (See under the heading "Schools and other 

educational institutions".) 

Danker, Jacob : Claims. Order, Passed 516 

Danly Machine Specialties, Inc. : Claim. Order, Passed. 2455 

Dann, A. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Dante av. : raving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to B. 

86th St. (See "Paving and improving, from B. 83rd pi. 

to E. 86th St., etc." under the heading "Blackstone av.") 
Dare, John: Remodeling of building. Order, to Bldris.. .ISSl 

Passed 2092 

Daring, Lillian: Claim. Order, Passed 409-10 

Darst, Alfred C. : Payment of salary. Order, Passed... 555 

Dashiell Motor Co. : Sale of an automobile to the City. 

Order, Passed 698 

Daube, Otto: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1479-80 

Passed 1764 

Daughters of the American Revolution : Request for use 

of historical names in the renaming of Chicago's streets. 

Come, (referred March 26, 1923, p. 2122), to Local Ind.. 9 

Put. and Filed 139 

Daughters of Jacob Home : Operation of day nursery. 

Order, Passed 2498 

Davis (E. E.) Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Davis, Edwin S. : Resignation as a member of the Board 

of Education. ^'oted 240-1 

Davis & Son Tire Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1949 

Davis Watkins Dairy Co.: Claim. Order, Passed ....418-19 

Davis, William F. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Dawes, E. L. : Claim. Filed 702-4 

"Daylight saving" plan. (See the notations under the head- 
ing "Standard Time".) 
Deadly weapons. (See the heading "Weapons".) 
Dean (Olney J.) Co. : Sale of re-enforcing bars to the City. 

Order, Passed 2032 

Dean Spicker Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 926 

DeAngelis, Louis: Claim. To Finance 2128 

Dearborn Steel Iron Co. : Cancellation of warrant for col- 
lection. Order, Passed 679-80 

Dearborn st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 

Canopies at the n. w. cor. of W. Division st. (See un- 
der the heading "Kahn, Sidney H.") 

Canopy at No. 1244 N. (See under the headings "Alt- 
schul, O. A." and "Club Building",) 

Conduit under and across the street, south of W. 33rd 
St. (See under the heading "Armour Institute of 
Technology".) 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited 40 ft. north and south 

of No. 18 S. (w. side). Ordinance, Passed ......2073 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2156 

Sidewalks, from W. Superior st. to W. Huron st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 953 

Stairway at n. w. cor. of W. Kinzie st. (See under the 
heading "Garibaldi, John G.") 

Seatlis: 

Bigane, John: ex-Alderman. Resolution. Adopted 1741 

Conlon, Michael C. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted 397 

Firemen killed in the line of duty : in the matter of pro- 
vision for relief to widows and other dependents. 
(For data, if any, see the items listed under the head- 
ing "Insurance".) 
Gleason, Francis Patrick : ex-Alderman. Resolution, 

Adopted » 290-1 



Seatlis: 

Harding, Warren G. : President of the U. S. A. : Reso- 
lution, Adopted 815-10 

Committee appointed. See 516 

Acknowledgment (of testimonial). Pub. and 

Filed 837 

Harnett, Lawrence E. : police sergeant. Resolution, 

Adopted 1040 

Hunter, Thomas M. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. 1394 
Jones, John H. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. .1223-4 
Lawley, James H. ; ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopicd.156-7 
Long, James A. : ex-.\lderman. Resolution, Adopted. . . 914 
Mann, James R. : ex-Alderman and Congressman. Ac- 
knowledgment (of testimonial). Pub. and Filed 839 

Mapole, George M. Jr. : son of Aid. Maypole. Noted. 583 

Committee appointed 583 

Acknowledgment, Pub. and Filed 837 

MOGillen, John: ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopf^cd. . .2087 

McNichols, James : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. 821-2 

Committee appointed. See 822 

Acknowledgment (of testimonial), Pub. and Filed.lllS 
Nelson, Walter C. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. 1951 
Policemen killed in the line of duty : in the matter of 
provision for relief to widows and other dependents. 
(For data, if any. see the items listed under the 
heading "Insurance".) 
Ryan, Wm. F. : ex-Alderman. Resolution, Adopted. .. . 822 
Stepina, James F. : Pres., American State Bank. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 1296 

Twigg, Charles: ex-.Mderman. Resolution, Adopted. .. 1687 
Van Vlissingen, Arend : pioneer in Port of Chicago de- 
velopment. Resolution, Adopted 1290 

Wilson. Woodrow : ex- President of the U. S. Come. 

(Mayor), Pub. and Filed 1775-6 

Motion (directing transmittal of a copy of the 

communication to Mrs. Wilson), Carried 1776 

Resolutions, Adopted 1776 

Arrangement committee appointed. See 1776 

Proclamation of the Mayor (appointing a funeral 
committee, closiilg of City offices, etc.). Pub. and 

Filed 1784-5 

Acknowledgment (of testimonial). Filed 2104 

Decanio, Vincient : Remodeling of shed. Order, Passed. 399 

Dechinger, O. : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, Passed 1737 

Decker. John E. : Driveways. Order, Passed 309 

Decker, Louis : Sign. Order, Passed 1298 

Decoration Day. (l-'or data, if any, see the heading "Memo- 
rial Day".) 
Dedications of land for street purposes. (See the notations 
under "Opening of new streets" under the heading 
"Streets" ; see also the notations under "Opening" and 
"Widening" under the names of particular streets; see 
also the provisions of the various ordinances noted under 
the headings "Vacations of streets" and "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Dee (Wm. E.) Co. : 

Basin rings and covers : sale to the City. Order. 

Passed 1965-6 

Building tile : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1071-2 

Lease of space in alley. See 1205-6 

Manhole frame castings : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 1308-9 

Sewer pipe: sale to the City. Order, Passed 263 

Vacation of E. 96th st. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Deehring, Arthur A.: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Deems, O. B. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

DeForrest, F. Bowden : Resignation as a director of the 

Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Noted... 500 

Degraw, Archibald : Claim. To Finance 1853 

DeGroot, Richard: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2501 

Degyman, F. (See the heading "Dagyman, F.") 
DeKoker, Jay, Abraham J. and John, Jr. : Vacation of 
I,,inder av. (See under the heading "Vacations df 
streets".) 

Delagado. Jes. : Sign. Order, Passed 899 

Delaney, Jeremiah J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Delco Lunch Co. : Award to the Company of the catering 
concession on the Municipal Pier for the season of 1922. 
Ordinance (referred June 29, 1922, p. 847), to Local Ind. 9 

Filed 140 

De Leo, Angelo : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Delgado, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 2491 



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Delgado, James : Sign. Order, Passed 952 

Deir Angelica, Carmina : Driveway. Order, Passed 757 

Demarais (P. F.) & Sons : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Demarest, A. N. : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Demayo, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1141 

DeMeo, Anthony : Driveways. Order, Passed 928 

Demith, Michael B. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Democratic National Convention in 1024 : Appointment of 
a committee to work for the selection of Chicago for the 

convention. Resolution, Adopted 1292 

Committee appointed. See 1292 

Dempsey (Charles J.), Inc.: 

Bridge (covered passageway). Ordinance, to Local Ind. 154 

Passed 711-12 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Driveway. Order, to Local Ind. 1234 

Passed 1360 

Dempsey, Felix : Claim. To Finance 903 

[This claim was disposed of by the passage of the 
ordinance noted on pp. 1350-1, authorizing sundry re- 
funds of special assessments.] 

Deneen, C. P.: Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Denemark, E. : Use of wooden frames and ordinary glass 

in building. Order, to Bldgs 92(j 

Passed IIOO 

Denemark, Edward J.: Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 
Denson, John H. and Frances E. : Vacation of part of an 
alley in Wm. L. Wallen's Addn. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Department heads. (For general data, if any, see under the 

heading "Officers (general)".) 
Department stores: Bnilding matters. (See under the 

heading "Buildings".) 
Departments of the City government. (For data concerning 
a particular department, see under the name of such de- 
partment. For data concerning the departments gen- 
erally, see the notations under the heading "Chicago, 
City of".) 
DePaul Day Nursery: Installation of water service pipe. 

Order, Passed . 160 

(Journal corrected, p. 165.) 
De Paul University : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 1052 

Claim. Order, Passed 1141-2 

Free permits for erection of building. Come. (Ander- 
son & Winblad), Filed 244 

Order, Passed 320-1 

Depka, Frank : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1047 

P-lled 1286 

DePlissis, J. L. : Alterations in building. Order, Passed 382 

Depositaries of the City's funds. (See under the heading 
"Banks and banking".) 

Depositors State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 
der the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Derby (Wm. M.), Jr. Estate: Driveway. Order, Passed. 933-4 

DeSanto, Angelo : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Designing Division Capital Account (Bureau of Engineering). 
(For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 

Desmond, E. V. : Claim. To Finance 1298 

Desmond (O. E.) Co. : Sale of hand railings to the City. 

Order, Passed 2519 

Desplaines Safety Deposit Co. : Tunnel. Ordinance, to 

Local Ind. yyy 

Passed 1147-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 1558 

Desplaines st. : 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls, from W. Harrison 
St. to W. Roosevelt road (both sides). Ordinance, 
Passed 544-5 

Water meter at Nos. 14-16 N. : removal. Order, Passed 

595-6 

Motion to reconsider, Lost 813 

Water supply pipe, from W. Adams st. to W. Harrison 

St. Order, Passed 4y2 

Watering trough at No. 518 S. : installation. Order, 

Passed .' 393 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roose- 
velt road : appropriation for preliminary expense. 
See 2270 



Desplaines st. : " 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roose- 
velt road : direction for application, toward the pay- 
ment of public benefits, of compensation derived from 
vacations of streets and alleys incident to the im- 
provement. Order, to Finance 544 

Filed 1457 

Desplanter, M. H. : Construction of building. Order, to 

^''^SS ' 2181 

^'^ed 2488 

Detective agencies : Identification cards of employes : elimi- 
nation of requirement for filing of photographs with, and 
keeping record of employes by, the City Clerk. Ordi- 
nance, Passed [ 1538 

Reconsidered and to Judiciary 1706 

Detrick, Charles: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1388 

Detroit Stove Works : Driveway. Order, Passed 757 

Detroit White Lead Works, Inc. : Claim. To Finance. . .2014 

Dette, 6. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1527 

Deuerling, Elizabeth : Claim. Filed 371-2 

To Finance 1483 

Deutschle, George F. : Claim. To Finance 1851 

Dever, Wm. E. : 

(See also the heading "Mayor".) 
Conduct as presiding ofl3cer of the City Council : expres- 
sion of appreciation from Council members. Res- 
olution, Adopted 1473-4 

Election as Mayor. See 1-2 

Extensions (proposed) of elevated lines, and use of a por- 
tion of the "Traction funds" for the construction of 
a subway in State st. : statement before the Chicago 
and Cook County Bankers Assn. Order (directing 

consideration), to Local Trans 1950 

Oath of office as Mayor. See 5 

Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 

issues".) 
Traction problem : outline of a plan of settlement. See. 672-3 

Devery, P. J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2134 

Deferred and Pui 2481 

Devine, William A. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Devitt, John: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1234 

Passed 1366-7 

Devlin, Mrs. F. J. : Construction of cottage. Order, to 

Bldgs 1523 

Devon av. : 

Canopy at No. 1446. (See under the heading "Woodruff, 

W. F.") 
Canopy at No. 1546. (See under the heading "Woodruff, 

W. F.") 
Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
for the work so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Sewer, from Hiawatha a v. to Caldwell av. (See "Sewer, 
from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under the 
heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 
Sidewalks, from Broadway to Magnolia av. (s. side), 

etc. (system) . Ordinance, Passed 2516 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Widening, at the intersection of Broadway and Sheridan 

rd. Ordinance, Passed IISO 

Devon-California Mission Church : Free permits for church 

building. Order, to Bldgs -...1964 

Passed 2092 

Devon Trust & Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Devorkin, S. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

DeVries, Dewey and Peter: Claims. Order, Passed 2454 

De Wiit (C. J.) & Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 201-2 

Deynzer, S. V. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1058 

Passed 1004 

Diamond Power Specialty Co. : Sale of soot blowers to the 

City. Order, Passed 2519 

Dickens av. : 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from N. Lawndale av. to 

Ballou St. Order, to Finance 636 

Water supply pipe, from N. Menard av. to N. Austin av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from N. Newland av. to 108 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed 248:^0 

Dickinson, Zella M. : Driveways. Order, Possed 913 



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55 



Dickover, II. A. : Shed. Oidrr, to BMgs 11'-^^ 

Passed ^-^'^ 

01 Domenico, Nash : Installation of drains. Order, 

Paxsed 1474-6 

Dletz, Chas. M. : Claim. To Finance .iyo4 

Dietz, Mr. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Di Giiinta, Antonio : Maint'-nanco of sheds. Order, 

Passed ^^*^ 

Dippe, William : Claim. To Finance 1240 

Dirigible balloons. (For data, if any, sec under the heading 

".\viation".) 
Disabled American Veterans of the World War : Reception 

and entertainment of delegates to the national conven-^ 

tion. Kesolution, Adopted 537-8 

Committee appointed 538 

Disabled American Veterans of the World War reception com- 
mittee : Appointments. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 
Disabled Veterans of the World War: Tag day. (See under 
the heading "Tag days".) 

DiSanti, Angelo : Claim. To Finance 465 

Disconnection of territory from thc> City. (For data, if any, 
see the heading "Annexation and disconnection of terri- 
tory".) 
District Service Assn. : 

Driveways. Orders. Passed ^"^^^ 

Permission to maintain "parking" service on private 

property. Order. Passed 1^^^ 

Steel garage. Order, Passed l**'""- 

Dlversey av. : 

Auto-shed at Milwaukee av. : revocation of permit for 

erection. Order, to Bldgs ^1^ 

Filed ; ^"^"^ 

Drains, between N. Tripp av. and Ix)well av. *^'''^'".,. 

nance. Passed -oO» 

Garage and salesroom at Nos. 3417-r!5 : in the matter of 
erection and occupancy in accordance with specifica- 
tions in petition. Order, Passed 1046 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. ilansfield 

av. (s. side). Order, Passed -0tJ3 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Marmora av.^ 

(s. side). Order, Passed -"''"^ 

Water supply pipe, from N. Tripp av. to 552 ft., east- 
ward. Order, Passed •_'48-o0 

Dlversey parkway: Canopy at No. 1019. (See under the 
heading "Turn-Verein Lincoln".) 

Division State Bank : 

Claim. Order, Passed -^^^ 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Division st. : 

Canopy at Nos. 1141-43 W. (See under the heading 

"Bardonski, V.") 
Canopy at Nos. 1541-43 W. (See under the heading 

"Chopin Theatre Co., The".) 
Canopies at n. w. cor. of N. Dearborn st. (See under the 

heading "Kahn. Sidney H.") 
Clock (ornamental) at No. 2640 W. (See _under the 

heading "Corman, J. M.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from N. LaSalle st. 

to N. Wells St. (n. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

"Parking" of vehic'es prohibited from N. Wells st. to 150 

ft. west (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Sidewalk, from N. Dearborn st. to N. Clark st. (s. side). 

etc. (systeml. Ordinance, Passed 1690 

Sidewalk, from N. Paulina st. to N. Hermitage av. (s. 

side) . Ordinance. Passed 2504 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tanks (gasoline) at Nos. 5056-58 W. (See under the 

heading "Roxana Petroleum Corp.") 
Water meter at Nos. 2657-59 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance ° 

Division of Surveys Capital Account. (For data, if any, see 
"Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance"'.) 

Dixon, George .T. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Dixon, George M. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Dobinsky, S. : Claim. Order, Passed 516 



Decks, wharves, etc.: 

Calumet River : establishment of dock line, south of E. 

!l7th St. (w. side). Ordinance, to JIarbors 1023 

Chicago River : appropriation for repair and replacement 
of docks and bulkheads at street ends along the 

river. See 2307 

Chicago River : lease of dock space, between N. Clark st. 
and N. La Salle st. (s. side) (Chicago & South Haven 

Steamship Co.). Application, to Local Iiid 2158 

Municipal Iler : leases of docks, wharves, etc. (See under 
the heading "Municipal Pier, Bureau of".) 
Documents, City. (See under the heading "Ordinances".) 
Dodge Sales and Engineering Co. : Loading platform. 
Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed June 10, 

1921 ) , Passed 1711 

Doerr. K. P. : Claim. To Finance 1669 

Dog pound. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Police, 

Dept. of".) 
Dogs. (For d^ta, if any, see under the heading ".\niraals".) 
Doherty, Frank E. : 

Appointments. (Sec under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official Ijond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
Issues".) 

Doherty, John : Claim. To Finance 910 

Dohney, John J.: Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 

Doldela, Nick : Claim. Order, Passed 1141-2 

Dolese & Shepard Co. : Securing of an option for the pur- 

chase of the Hawthorne quarry property as a site for a 

dump. Order, Pa/sed 1060 1 

Dombos, H. J. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Dominick st. : Repair and maintenance of the street, as 

provided for in Sec. 4 of an ordinance passed Jan. 23, 
1882, running to the C, M. & St. P. R. R. Order, to 

Local Tnd -^^J' 

Deferred and Pub 2472 

Dominion. Louis : Completion of building. Order, to 

Bldgs -'"^ 

passed 1006-7 

Domke, August W. : Contest of the election of Patrick F. 

Ryan as Alderman of the 18th Ward. (See under "Elec- 
tion contests" under the heading "City Council".) 

Donaghue, T. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1^33 

Donahue, Thomas P. : Claim. To Finance l^^iS 

Donavan, Nellie G. : Claim. To Finance 1475 

Donnellan, John W. : Claim. To Finance I860 

Donnelley (R. R.) & Sons Co. : 

Conduit: acceptance and bond (under an ordinance passed 

Feb. 28, 1923) . See • 4 

Loading platform: acceptance and bond (under an ordi- 
nance passed March 21, 1923). See H^ 

Donoghue, T. : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 1394 

Donohue, Frank E. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Donovan, Cyril M. : Claims. Orders, Passed 

556-7, 1133-4, 2455 

Doody, John : Claims. Order, Passed. 1133-4 

Dooley, Peter : Claim. Order, Passed 418 

Dorchester av. : 

Building at Nos. 6149-59 : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs •^^- 

Passed ^'^^ 

Sidewalks, from E. 60th st. to E. 62nd st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed ^'^^ 

Dorion, Emmet J. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Dorow, Augusta : Driveway. Order, Passed ^^641 

Dorrison, Z. H. : Sign. Order, Passed -16« 

Douglas Bath Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 93- 

Douglas Lumber Co. : Lease of space in alley. Come, to 

Local Ind 

Douglas National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Dowagiac av. : Sewer, from Lillard av. to Waukesha av. 

(See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." 
under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 
Down Town Club: Free permit for canopy. Order, 

Passed '^^'^^ 

Downey, C. B. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 326 

Downey, Thomas: Refund of deposit. Order, Passed... 228 

Doyle, John : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

(Journal corrected, p. 1171.) 
Doyle, Michael W. : Alterations in, and addition to, build- 
ing. Order, to Bldgs 470 

Passed 0o4 

Doyle, Patrick J. : Claim. To Finance 2016 



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Doyle, Thomas A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and hbnd 

issues".) 
Resignation as a member of the Board of Local Improve- 
ments. Noted 1328 

Drainag'e districts: 

Aberdeen st. drainage district : creation of the district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction of a 
sewer in Aberdeen St., from W. 47th St. to W. 69th 
St., etc., noted under the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Bryn Mawr av. drainage district : creation of the district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction of 
a sewer In Bryn Mawr av. from N. Kostner av. to 
N. Cicero av., etc., noted under the heading "Bryn 
Mawr av.") 
Lawndale av. drainage district : creation of Ihe district. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction of 
a sewer In S. Lawndale av. from the Sanitary District 
Channel to W. 32nd st., etc., Boted under the heading 
"Lawndale av.") 
One hundred fifth st. drainage district : creation of the 
district. (See the ordinance providing for the con- 
struction of a sewer in E. 105th St., from Avenue O 
to Indianapolis av., etc., noted under the heading 
"One hundred fifth st.") 
Drains. (For general data, if any, see under the heading 
"Sewers". For drains la particular streets, see under 
the names of the respective streets.) 
Drake av. : 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 104 ft. north of Argyle st. to 60 

ft. northward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Dreese, Milton C. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Dreis & Krump Mfg. Co. : Construction of buildings. 

Order, to Bldgs 1036 

Passed 1731 

Drexel av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 
83rd St., etc." under the heading "Maryland av.") 
Water supply pipe, from B. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. Or- 
der, Passed 2493 

Water supply pipe, from 273 ft. south of E. 79th st. to 

E. 80th St. Order, Passed 248-50 

Drexel Ice Cream Co., The: Bridge (covered passageway). 

Ordinance, to Local Ind 1019 

Drexel State Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Dreyfus, J. : Claim. Piled 1457 

Drinkingr fountains: 

Armitage av. : at N. Cicero av. Order, Passed., '. 636 

Armitage av. : at W. Grand av. Order, Passed 636 

Black^tone av. : at n. e. cor. of E. 53rd st. Order, 

. Passed g99 

Boulevard Way: at Marshall boul. Order, Passed 151 

Braudon av. : between E. 132nd st. and E. 133rd st. 

Order, Passed 202 

Chicago av. : at N. Austin av. Order, Passed 636 

Cicero av. : at W. Chicago av. Order, Passed 636 

Division st. : at N. Austin av. Order, Passed 636 

Division st. : at N. Cicero av. Order, Passed 636 

Fifth av. : at n. w. cor. of Central Park av. Order, 

Passed 2501 

Laramie av. : north of Augusta st. (w. side). Order, 

Passed 636 

Madison st. : at N. Austin av. Order, Passed 636 

Milwaukee av. : at Higgins av. (remodeling). Order, 

Passed 1238 

North av. : at N. Austin av. Order, Passed 636 

Ogden av. : at S. Kedzie av. Order, Passed 771 

Twenty-fourth st. : at Marshall boul. Order, Passed... 151 
Twenty-second pi. : at n. e. cor. of S. Lincohi st. Or- 
der, Passed 47]^ 

Twenty-second St.: at No. 1857 W. Order, Passed.... 98 

Drinkwater, E. L. : Claim. Filed 1457 

Driscoll, .Joseph A. : Loading platform. Ordinance, to 

Local Ind / q^q 

Passed 1148-9 

Acceptance and bond. See 1558 



Drivers of vehicles. (For data, if any, see the items listed 
under the headings "Vehicles (motor-driven)" and "Ve- 
hicles (other than motor-driven)".) 

Driveways across sidewalks. (For driveways at particular 

locations, see under the names of particular individuals, 
etc.) 

Drovers National Bank : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1745 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Drovers Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Druecker & Kelly : Sign. Order, Passed 290 

Drug's and drug-g-ists: 

Definition changed for license purposes. Ordinance, 

liecotmivitted to Finance 1695 

Narcotic drugs : request for action to bring about the sup- 
pressions of illicit traffic in narcotic drugs. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 1963-4 

Acknowledgment of receipt of resolution (Secty. 

to the Pres.), Filed 2104 

Narcotic drugs : direction for an appropriation for the 
operation and maintenance of a hospital or refuge 

for addicts. Resolution, to Finance .....1946 

Narcotic drugs : request for use of the House of Correc- 
tion hospital for the treatment of drug addicts. 
Comes. (Chicago Woman's Aid and the Chicago Cul- 
ture Club), to Health 178.3 

Filed 1946 

Comes. (Chicago Folk Song Society, City 

Club of Chicago, Englewood Woman's Club, Hyue 

Park Neighborhood Club, Rogers Park Woman's 

Club and Woodlawn Woman's Club), to Health. .1888 

Retail drug stores : withholding of issuance of licenses 

for operation. Order (directing withholding until 

Jan. 15, 1924), Passed 1475 

Amended 1539 

Druly & O'Brien Coal Co. : Driveway. Order, to Local 

In<i 934 

Passed 1149 

Drummond pi. : Water supply pipe, from N. Lavergne av. 

to 12 ft. westward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Drwila, J.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Dry-cleaning plants. (See the heading "Cleaning plants".) 
Dry & Co. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. Or- 
der, Passed 679 80 

Dry goods stores, wholesale : Repeal of license require- 
ments. Ordinance (see Sec. 9), Passed 1405-6 

Duck, Henry : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1954 

Duckworth, J. S. : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs (j2i 

Filed 1379 

Dudley, Frank V. : Appointments. ( See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Duerling, Elizabeth : Claim. ( See the heading "Deuerling, 

Elizabeth".) 
Duffy, Bernard : 

Claim. Filed 1457 

Claim. To Finance 1737 

Duffy, Patrick J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1470 

Duffy Portable House Co. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. . 945 

Passed 1100 

Duffy, Thomas E. : Driveway. Order, Passed .^490 

Dumke, Arthur : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Dumke, Arthur H. W :. Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Dumps for ashes, street dirt, etc. (See under the heading 

"Streets, Bureau of".) 
Dunham Towing & Wrecking Co.: Claim. To Finance. .2ii)2 

Dunlea, May : Claim. To Finance 1851 

Dunn, Ruben : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Dunning, John : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Dunphy, Joseph J. : Claim (presented as claim of James 

J. Dunphy) . Order, Passed 516 

Dupee, Eugene H. : Payment of compensation for special 

and extra services. Order, Passed 1443 

Durand-McNell-Horner Co. : Maintenance of encroachments. 

Order, Passed 1040 

Durschlag, Henry : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind. . . . 401 

Dusek, F. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs 545 

Passed 741 

Dutch Reformed Church : Free permits for erection of 

church building. Orders, Passed 1384-5 

Du Tillieul, Dr. E. W. : Sign. Order, Passed 1863-4 



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57 



Dvorak, John : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Dwyer, Margaret : Glaim. To Finance "^177 

Dwyer, Mrs. : Claim. Filed 371--' 

Dwyer, Fa trick : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Dyniewicz, Angellne : Canopy. Order, Panned 1480 

Dyniewicz, C. W. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1127 

Dyszel, F. : Claim. Ordinance. Passed ITzo 

Dzierlinger, Leon: Claim. To Finance 197(5 



Kagles. Fraternal Order of: Oartield I'ark .\erie : closing 

Of S. Lockwood av. to traffic. Order, Passed 398 

Earls (W. II.) Estate: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 17-;g 

Easements : 
Sewers : 

Chicago, City of : acceptance of an easement to the 
City for construction of a sewer in a certain va- 
cated portion of Essex av. Order, Passed.... (521 
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. I'aul Ry. Co. : easement to 
the City for the construction of a sewer in and 
along Bryn Mawr av., from N. Kostner av. to 

N. Cicero av., etc. Ordinance, Passed 1894-6 

(Journal corrected, p. 1973.) 

East Bros. Coal Co.:. Driveways. Ordrrs, Paused 290 

East End av. : 

Garage at Nos. 7245-47 : permLssiou for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 1383 

Passed 1099 

Opening of the street, across the right of way of the B. 

& O. R. R. in Sec. 25-38-14. Ordinance. Passed. 1383-4 
Paving, from Anthony av. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Jeffery av., etc." under the 
heading "Anthony av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in E. 73rd st. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from Stony 
Island av. to Exchange av." under the heading "Sev- 
enty-third St.") 
East Side Tire and Battery Co. : Lamppost in parKway. 

Order, Passed 148 

East Side Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Eastman, Myrta E. : Vacation of part of an alley in Wm. 
L. Wallen's Addn. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 
Eastwood av. : 

Opening and extending of the street, from Clarendon av. 

to Lake Michigan. Order, Passed 957 

Opening of the street from Clarendon av. to Lake Michi- 
gan : recommendation for hastening of the improve- 
ment and request for ascertaining whether the City 
is the lawful owner of streets through such property. 
(See the report of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., 
noted under "Lake Michigan" under the heading 
"Streets".) 
Paving and improving, from N. Kedzie av. to N. Sacra- 
mento av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2023 

Water supply pipe, from 76 ft. east of N. Hamlin av. to 

300 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Eaton, A. W. : Garage. Order, to Bldgs 1560 

Passed 1731 

Eaton, Charles S. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Commendation of the Mayor and executive departments. 

Noted 827 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Excusing of the Alderman for non-attendance at certain 

Council and committee meetings. Order, Passed . . 545-6 

Explanation of absence from Council meeting of May 23, 

1923. Come, Pm6. and Filed 244 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Ebenezer Danish Lutheran Church, The : Sign. Order, 

Passed 2133 

Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church : Endorsement of re- 
quest for Increases in salary rates of clerks employed by 

the City. Resolution, to Finance 2105 

Eberhart av. : Paving and improving, from E. 100th st. to 

E. 103rd St. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 100th 
St. to E. 103rd st., etc." under the heading "St. Lawrence 
av.") 

Eckersall, E, L. : Driveways. Order, Passed 904 

Eckhart (B. A.) Milling Co. : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed ■ 308, 396 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Siwitch tracks".) 



Eckland, Oscar W. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Economy Fuse i& Mfg. Co.: Claim. Order. Passerf. .. .418-19 

Eddy St. : 

Sidewalks, from N. Menard av. to N. Austin a v. (both 

sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1047 

Surplus dirt in the street : In the matter of an appropria- 
tion for removal. Order, to Finance 1900 

Edelman, M. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 2501 

Sign. Order, to Bldgs 2080 

Kdelman, Manuel : Vacation of part of an alley in Twelfth 

Street Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 

Edelmanu. Frank B. : Canopy. Order, /'asscd .... 1.399-1400 

Edgebrook Gardens Community League : Endorsement of 
request for increases in salary rates of clerks employed 
by the City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Edgell, W. F. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Edgeniout av. : I'remises No. 1328 : claim of owner. Or- 
der, Passed 59.5 

Edgeraoor Boiler Co. : Sale of Turner baffles to the City. 

Order, Passed 1244-5 

Kdgevvater Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(Sec under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Edison Park av. : 

Sidewalk, from Olympia av. to Ollphant a v. (s. w. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 777 

Water supply pipe, from the City Limits to 30 ft. south- 
east. Order, Passed 850-3 

Xldncatioii, Board of : 

Accounts for the years 1921 and 1922 : authority for con- 
tract for an audit (Smart, Gore & Co.). Amen- 
datory Ordinance Passed 410 

Report of the audit, Filed 992 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2311 

City Council meeting of Feb. 6, 1924 : invitation to the 
Supt. of Schools and the members of the Board of 
Education to attend. Resolution, to Sc/ioois .... 1737 
Filed 1946 

Election of Board members : recommendation for election 
by a direct vote of the people. Come, from the 
Mayor (referred June 21, p. 598), Filed 140-1 

Jefferson School : closing of Elburne av. to traffic. Or- 
der, Passed 396 

Medical examinations : request for elimination in schools. 
Resolution (American Medical Liberty League), to 
Schools 1976 

Pension fund for public school teachers. (For data, if 
any, see "Public School Teachers' Pension and Retire- 
ment Fund" under the heading "Pension funds".) 

Playgrounds adjoining school buildings. (See under 
"Playgrounds" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds 
and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Portable school buildings : in the matter of the discon- 
tinuance of the practice of erecting portable build- 
ings. Resolution, to Schools 1864 

Removal of Board members : in the matter of granting the 
Mayor the power to remove for cause members at 
any time. Come, from the Corp. Counsel (submit- 
ting Bills) , to Judiciary 115 

Filed T51 

Resignation of Board members : acceptance of resignations 
of Edwin S. Davis, A. H. Severinghaus, Dr. Boleslaus 
Klarkowski, Dr. Sadie Bay Adair and Mrs. Pauline 
Struwing. Come. (Mayor), Pub. and Filed, and 
Action, Concurred in 239-40 

Rogers School : closing of W. 13th st. to traffic. Order, 

Passed 396 

School buildings : request that preference be given to the 
erection of buildings prior to the purchase of sites 
for playgrounds. Resolution, to Schools 1242 

School lands : transfer to the board of custody of deeds, 
abstracts and records pertaining to school property. 
Ordinance, Passed 325 

School Tax Fund. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 

"Slow-down" signs in the vicinity of school buildings. 
(See under tlie heading "Traffic regulations".) 



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Education, Board of: 

Sprinkling of lawns and yards adjoining school buildings. 
(See under "Water system" under the heading "En- 
gineering. Bureau of".) 
Superintendent of Playgrounds : in the matter of the 

filling of the position. Resolution, to Schools- ■ . .1054-5 

Filed 1287 

Superintendent of Schools : in the matter of the eligibility 
of persons to the office. Order (directing submis- 
sion of an opinion ) , Passed 1864 

Opinion, Pub 1980 

Supervisor of Playgrounds : in the matter of the eligibility 
of persons to the office. Order (directing submis- 
sion of an opinion ) , Passed 1864 

Opinion, Piib 1980 

Tax anticipation warrants. (S'-e under the heading 'Taxa- 
tion and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 
Teachers in the public schools. (For data, if any, see 

the notations under "Employes", above.) 
Vacation of Aberdeen st.. Berwyn av.. Drake av. and N. 
Central Park av. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Vacation of alleys in Chester Highlands Fifth Addn. to 
Auburn Park, S. E. Gross Unter Den I>inden Addn. 
to Chicago, Dake View High School Sub.. .Tohn B. 
Lyon's Sub., Pregler's Sub., Sherman and Walters 
Resub. and Tyler's Sub. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 
Educational institutions. (For general data, if any, see under 
the heading "Schools and other educational institutions".) 
Edwards. C. W. : Construction of building (permission to 

C. W. Edwards and .1. E. Greenslade). Order, to 

Bldgs 2088 

Filed 2168 

Edwards, E. H. : Frame dormers. Order, Passed 150 

Edward's Service Station: Sign. Order, passed 1244 

Efficiency Division of the City Comptroller's office. (For data. 

If any. see under the heading "City Comptroller".) 
Efficiency, Economy and Rehabilitation, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual) . See 2211 

Engineer: authority for employment. Order, Pa-sscf? . . 2451 

Efficiency staff of the Committee on Finance. (For data, if 
any, see under the heading "Finance. Committee on".) 

Egan Ice Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 2187 

Second Order, to Local Ind 2187 

Egan Wrecking Service Co. : Payment of bill. Order, 

Passed 1061 

Eggert, Frank H. : Vacation of S. Oakley av. and part of 

an adjacent alley. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of streets".) 

Eggert (Robert W.) Co.: Cancellation of warrants for col- 
lection. Come. (City Compt), to Finance 1875 

Eggleston av. : Bridge across Auburn Park I>akes. (See 
under "Bridges and viaducts" under the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of.) 
Eggs. (See under the heading "Foods and food products".) 
Eighteenth pi. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from S. Oakley av. to S. 

Leavitt st. Order, Passed 92:5 

Conduit under and across the street, west of S. Leavitt 
St. (See under the heading "Catholic Bishop of Chi- 
cago".) 
Water meter at No. 2234. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1956 

Eighteenth st. : 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from S. State st. to 150 

ft. west (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Wabash av. to In- 
diana av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 1696 

Reconsidered and Item Eliminated 1774 

Second Ordinance, Recommitted to Local Trans. .'214:2 
Shed at Nos. .3440-42 W. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 307 

Sidewalks, from S. Crawford av. to S. Kostner av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2i:j 

Sidewalks, from S. Halsted st. to S. Racine av. (both 
sides). Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance 
passed Oct. 14, 1919), Passed 396 



Eighteenth st. : 

Sidewalks, from S. State st. to S. Clark st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, to Local Ind 2126 

Filed 2479 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Switch track over and across the street, west of S. West- 
ern av. (See under "Caldwell (H. W.) & Son Co." 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Water meter at No. 1438 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 2018 

Water meter at No. 1501 W. : removal. Order (re- 
ferred Jan. 17, 1923, p. 1686), Filed 610-11 

Water meter at Nos. 1501-09 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 2131 

Eighth Regiment Armory : Use of the building as a roller 

skating rink. Order, Passed i021 

Eightieth st. : 

Paving and Improving, from Cottage Grove av. to the 
I. C. R. R. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 
79th St. to E. 83rd St., etc." under the heading 
"Maryland av.") 

Paving and improving, from Paxton av. to Jefifery av. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 
83rd St., etc." under the heading "Paxton av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Clyde av. and Mer- 
rill av. (See the notations under "Paving and im- 
proving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., etc."' under 
the heading "Paxton av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Maryland av., 
Drexel av., Ingleside av. and Ellis av. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from E. 79th 
St. to E. 83rd St., etc."' under the heading "Maryland 
av.") 

Sidewalks, from S. Michigan av. to S. State st. (both 

sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2171 

Eighty-fifth pl. : Paving and improving, from Stony Island 

av. to Blackstone av. (See "Paving and improving, from 

E. 83rd pl. to B. 86th st., etc." under the heading "Black- 
stone av.") 
Eighty-fifth st. : 

Paving and improving, from Colfax av. to Yates av. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 
S7th St., etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 

Paving and improving, from Stony Island av. to Dor- 
chester av. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 
83rd pl. to E. 86th St., etc." under the heading 
"Blackstone av." 

Paving, from Loomis st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th st., etc." under the 
heading "Bishop st.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Colfax av., Kings- 
ton av. and Phillips a v. (See the notations under 
"Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th 
St., etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Dorchester av., 
Dante av. and Blackstone av. (See the notations 
under "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd pl. to 
E. 86th St., etc." under the heading "Blackstone av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers In Justine st., Laflin 
St., S. Bishop St. and Loomis st, (See the notations 
under "Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." 
under the heading "Bishop st.") 

Water supply pipe, from Oglesby av. to Yates av. Or- 
der, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from South Chicago av. to Luella 

av. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supplly pipe, from Vernon av. to Rhodes av. Or- 
der, Passed 537 

Eighty-first St. : 

Paving and improving, from from S. Ashland av. to S. 
Wood St. (See "Paving and improving, from W. 
80th st to W. 83rd St., etc." under the heading 
"Marshfleld av.") ' 

Paving and improving, from Cottage Grove av. to the 
I. C. R. R. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 
79th st. to E. 83rd St., etc." under the heading "Mary- 
land av.") 
Paving and improving, from S. Morgan st. to S. Racine 

av. Ordinance, Passed ' 2175 

Paving and improving, from Paxton av. to Jeffery av. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to B. 
83rd St., etc." under the heading "Paxton av.") 



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Eiglit.v-tirst st. : 

Sewers, connecting with tlie sewers in S. Hermitage av. 
S. I'aulina st. and S. Marshfield a v. (See the no- 
tations under "Paving and improving, from W. SOtli 
St. to W. S3rd St., etc." under tlie heading "Marsh- 
field av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Chappel av. and 
Merrill av. (See the notations under "Paving and 
improving, from E. 79th st. to E. S3rd st., etc." under 
the heading "Paxton av.") 

Sewers, connecting with sewers in Maryland av., Drexel 
av., Ingleside av., Ellis av. and Dobson av. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from E. 
79th st. to E. 83rd st., etc." under the heading "Mary- 
land av.") 

Sidewalk, from Luella av. to Chappel av. (n. side). 

Ordinance. Passed 10"J5 

Sidewalk, from Merrill a v. to Clyde av. ( s. side). Or- 
dinance, Passed ^"^^ 

Water suppl.v pipe, at the intersection of Chappel av. 

Order, Passed 15*'^ 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Prairie av. 

Order, Passed -406 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. Wabash av. 

Order. Passed ^^05 

Water supply pipe, from Cottage Grove av. to the I. C. 

R. R. Order, Passed 2493 

Water supply pipe, from S. Michigan av. to 15 ft. west. 

Order. Passed -^^.j 

Water supply pipe, from S. Racine av. to S. Morgan st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Eighty-fourth pi. : Paving and improving, from Stony Is- 

land av. to Blackstone av. (See "Paving and improving, 

from E. 83rd pi. to E. 86th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Blackstone av.") 
Eighty-fourth st. : 

Paving, from Anthony a v. to .Teffery av. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to Jeffery av., etc." under the 
heading "Anthony av.") 

Paving and improving, from Colfax av. to Yates av. (See 
"Paving and Improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th 
St., etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 

Paving, from .Tustine st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Paving, 
from W. 8oth st. to W. 87th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Bishop St.") 

Paving and improving, from Stony Island av. to Dor- 
chester av. ( See "Paving and improving, from E'. 
S3rd pi. to E. S6th St., etc." under the heading 
"Blackstone av."! 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Justine st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 
87th St.. etc." under the heading "Bishop st.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Colfax av., Kings- 
ton av. and Phillips av. (See the notations under 
"Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th 
St.. etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Dorchester av. 

and Dante a v. (See the notations under "Paving and 

improving, from E. 83rd pi. to E. 86th St.. etc." under 

the heading "Blackstone av.") 

Eighty-ninth st. : Water service pipes, between Indiana av. 

and South Park av. Ordinance, Passed 465 

Eighty-second st. : 

Paving and improving, from S. Ashland av. to S. Wood 
St. (See "Paving, and improving, from W. 80th st. 
to W. 83rd St., etc." under the heading "Marshfield 
av.") 

Paving and improving, from Paxton av. to JefCery av. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E, 
83rd St., etc." under the heading "Paxton av.") 

Paving, from Stony Island a v. to Anthony av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from Stony Island av. to Jeffery av.. etc." under 
the heading "Anthony av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Hermitage av., 
S. Paulina st. and S. Marshfield av. (See the no- 
tations under "Paving and improving, from W. 80th 
St. to W. 83rd st., etc." under the heading "Marsh- 
field av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Jeffery av., Clyde 
av. and Paxton av. (See the notations under "Paving 
and improving, from E. T9th st. to E. 83rd St.. etc." 
under the heading "Paxton av.") 

Sidewalk, from Ellis av. to Cottage Grove av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 905 



Eighty-second st. : 

Sidewalks, from S. I'aulina st. to S. Winchester av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2498-9 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Indiana av. 

Order, Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Prairie av. 

Order, Passed : 2406 

Eighty-seventh st. : 

Cable under and across the street, at S. Michigan av. 
(See under the heading "Garden Homes Community 
Church".) 

Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to Prospect av. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st.. etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of S. State st. 

(n. side). Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Constance av. to 23 ft. east 

thereof. Ordinance, Passed 760 

Eighty-sixth st. : 

Paving and improving, from Colfax av. to Yates av. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 
87th St., etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 

Paving, from Loomis st. to S. Ashland av. (S"e "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St.. etc." under the head- 
ing "Bishop St.") 

Paving and improving, from Stony Island av. to Dor- 
chester av. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 
83rd pi. to E. 86th st.. etc." under the heading 
"Blackstone av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Colfax av., Kings- 
ton av. and Phillips av. (See the notations under 
"Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 
87th St., etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in .Justine St., Latlin 

St., S. Bishop st. and Loomis st. (See the notations 

under "Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." 

under the heading "Bishop St.") 

Eighty-third pi. : Water supply pipe, from S. St. Louis 

av. to S. Spaulding av. Ordinance, Passed 1389 

Eighty-third st. : 

Drain, between Essex av. and Colfax av. (n. side) : per- 
mission to lay, on payment of one fee. etc. Or- 
der, Passed 902 

Drains, between S. Lincoln st. and Hermitage av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 303 

Paving, from Loomis st. to S. Ashland av. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." under the 
heading "Bishop St.") 

Paving, from Y'ates av. to South Chicago av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from E. S3rd st. to South Chicago av., etc." 
under the heading "Clyde av.") 

Paving and improving, from Yates av. to the B. & O. 
R. R. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd St. 
to E. 87th St., etc." under th? heading "Kingston 
av.") 

Resurfacing of the street, between South Chicago av. 

and Yates av. Order, to Finance 200-1 

Filed ■3'0_'-4 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Justine St., Latlin 
St., S. Bishop St. and Loomis st. (See the notations 
under "Paving, from W. 8oth st. to W. 87th St., 
etc." under the heading "Bishop st.") 

Sewers, from S. Hermitage av. to 540 ft. west of S. Hoyne 

av.. etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 543 

Sidewalk, from S. Ashland av. to S. Marshfield av. (n. 

side). Ordinance, Parsed 2500 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Crandon av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Luella av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Merrill av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Oglesby av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, at the Intersection of Paxton av. 

Order. Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Clyde av. to 25 ft. eastward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Clyde av. to 50 ft. westward 

Order, Passed 248-50 



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Eighty-third st. : 

Water supply pipe, from South Chicago av. to 82 ft. 

eastward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Woodlawn av. to 575 ft. west 

thereof. Order, Passed 1341-2 

Eiseman Manufacturing Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 378 

Eiseman & Skon : Claim. Order, Passed 5115-17 

Eisen, Louis : Claim. Order. Deferred and Pw6 2468 

Eisenherg, I. : 

Additions to sheds. Ordn-, to Bldgs 633 

Filed 1379 

Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs 93b 

Filed 1112-13 

Eisendrath (Joseph N.) Co. : Bridge (covered passageway) 

and tunnel. Order, to Local Ind 937 

Passed 1149-50 

Acceptance and bond. See 1337 

Elbe, S. : Sign. Order, Passed 1865 

Elburne av. : Closing of the street to traffic, from S. Ash- 
land av. to Laflin st. Order, Passed 396 

Eldridge Coal & Coke Co.: Switch tracks. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Election Commissioners, Board of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2229-30 

Overtime : authority for payment. Order, Passed .... 1194 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Voting machines : authority for sale. Order, Passed. . 783 
Voting machines : report concerning the sale of several 

machines. Come, Pt«6. and to Finance 590-1 

Filed 1457 

Elections : 

Appropriations for the conduct of elections. (See the 
appropriations for the Board of Election Comrs.) 

Clerks of election. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Election Commissioners, Board of.) 

Contests of the election of certain Aldermen. (For data, 
if any, see "Election contests" under the heading 
"City Council".) 

Judges of election. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Election Commissioners, Board of".) 

Municipal elections of Feb. 27, 1923, and April 3, 1923 : 
results. CeiHiflcates (County Clerk), Pttb. and 
Filed 1.2 

Polling places. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Referendum votes : 

Amendments to the Municipal Court Act : direction 
for submission to a referendum vote. Ordi- 
nance, to Finance 1892 

Passed 1996-8 

(Journal corrected, see p. 2057.) 
Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of certain terri- 
tory in Section 25-41-12, Section 1-40-12, and 
Caldwell's Reservation : provision for submis- 
sion to a referendum vote on April 8, 1924. 

Ordinance, Passed 2023-5 

(Journal corrected, p. 2057.) 
Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of certain terri- 
tory in the Township of Norwood Park ; provi- 
sion for submission to a referendum vote on April 

8, 1924. Ordinance, Passed 2084-5 

Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of that part of 
the Township of Norwood Park known as W. % 
of Sec. 8, and W. 1/2 of Sec. 17-40-13 : provision 
for submission to a referendum vote on Nov. 6, 

1923. Ordinance, Parsed 879-80 

Come, from the Corp. Counsel (in the mat- 
ter of the legality of the referendum vote on the 

question) , PuT). and Filed 1258-9 

(For the result of the referendum vote see 
p. 1337.) 

Annexation, to the City of Chicago, of that part of 
the Township of Stickney known as S. 1/2 of Sec 
18, and N. 1/2 of N. % of Sec. 19-38-13- re- 
sult of vote on April 3, 1923. Certificate 
(County Clerk), PuJ). and Filed 2 



Elections : 

Bond issue of $1,100,000 for bridge across the Calu- 
met River at E. 100th st. : direction for sub- 
mission to a referendum vote on April 8, 1924. 
Come, from the Mayor (recommending issuance), 

and Ordinances, to Finance 1886 

Ordinance, Passed 1995-6 

Bond issue of $2,650,000 for the construction of a 
bridge over the Chicago River at N. LaSalle st. : 
direction for submission to a referendum vote on 

Nov. 3, 1923. Ordinance, Passed 819 

(For result of the referendum vote, see pp. 
1424-5.) 

Expenditures of moneys in the "traction funds" for 
the purchase of motor buses : provision for sub- 
mission to a referendum vote of Nov. 7, 1922. 
Ordinance (referred Aug. 3, 1922, p. 927), 
Piled 611-12 

Police patrolmen : provision for a referendum vote on 
Nov. 7, 1922, of the question of an appropriation 
for the employment of 1,000 additional police 
patrolmen. Resolution (referred May 23, 
1922, p. 175) , Filed 702 

Public Utilities Act : request for amendment to pro- 
vide for a referendum vote by cities in the 
matter of control or non-control of local public 
utilities. Resolution, Adopted 202 

Tax levy of the Board of Education for building 
purposes and the purchase of school grounds: 
submission to a referendum vote on Nov. 6, 1923, 
of the question of an increase in the 1924 tax 
levy. Come, and Resolution (Bd. of Ed.), 

Piii. and to Finance 853-4 

Piled 1458 

Resolution (concurring in the action of the 

Board) , Adopted S54 

Registration of voters : direction for submission of a Bill 

for elimination of the requirement for the giving of 

exact ages of voters when registering. Order and 

Resolution (referred Nov. 1, 1922, p. 1224), Filed... 751 
Electric Lamps and Substation Operation, Bureau of. (See 
the heading "Gas and Electricity, Department of".) 

Electric ligrht and power: 

(See also the heading "Public utilities".) 
Commonwealth Edison Co. : 

Booth on Municipal Pier : authority for removal. 

Order, Passed 445 

Cable: sale to the City. Orders, Passed. .... .235, 261 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 2019. 2079 

Lawndale (old contagious disease) hospital : report 
in connection with proposed sale of site to the 
Company. Come, from the Comr. of Health 

(referred March 7, 1923, p. 1930), Filed 371-2 

Poles of the Company : in the matter of removal, re- 
location, etc. (For data, if any, see under 
"Poles" under the heading "Streets".) 

Sign. Order, Passed 1953 

Transformers (Pittsburgh) : sale to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 1071 

Electrical devices : regulation of sale, use and installation. 
Ordinance (referred March 28, 1921, p. 2040), 

Piled 1215-16 

Electricians (Supervising), Board of Examiners of: ap- 
pointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 
Electricians (Supervising), Board of Examiners of: ap- 
propriation for payment of services of members. 

See 2282 

Electric Shoe Repair Shop, The: Sign. Order, Passed.. 917 

Electric Storage Battery Co. : Sale of electrical equipment 

to the City. Order, Passed 1969 

Electric Wiring and Repair Capital Account (Dept. of Gas and 
Electricity). (For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" 
under the heading "Finance".) 
Electrical Bureau. (See the heading "Public Service, Depart- 
ment of".) 
Electrical Construction Capital Account (Dept. of Gas and 
Electricity). (For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" 
under the heading "Finance".) 
Electrical Engineering, Bureau of. (See the heading "Gas and 

Electricity, Department of".) 
Electrical Inspection, Bureau of. (See the heading "Gas and 
Electricity, Department of".) 



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61 



Electricians (Supervising), Board of Examiners ot. (See un- 
der the heading "Electric light and power".) 

Electrification of railroad terminals. (For data, if any, see 
"Electrificatiou" under the heading "Railroads".') 

Elevated railroads: 

(For other matters affecting local transportation, see 
the headings "Local transportation'', "Street 
railways", "Siiliioaiis, passenger" and "PuWc 
utilities".) 
Advertising space on station platforms. (See the nota- 
tions under "Station platforms", below.) 
Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad Co. (See un- 
der the heading "Railroads".) 
Chicago & Oak Park Elevated Railroad Co. : 

Lake st. transfer : stoppage of "shoppers special" 

trains at the station. Order, to Local Trans.. 21S0 

Service betterment. Resolution (referred Feb. 7, 

1923, p. 1819) , Filed 1207 

Stoppage of cars at N. Austin boul. Order (re- 
ferred Jan. 24, 1923, p. 1742), Filed 1093 

Columns. (See "Posts, columns, etc.", below.) 
Extensions (proposed) of elevated railroad lines: state- 
ment of Hon. Wni. E. Dever and address of Samuel 
Insull before the Chicago and Cook County Bankers' 
Assn. Order (directing consideration), to Local 

Trans 1950 

Locked doors on cars : recommendation for regulation. 
(See the report of the Chief of F. P. and P. S., 
noted on pp. 1552-7.) 
Metropolitan West Side Elevated Ry. Co., The : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1393 

Kostner av. : direction for placing of a watchman at 

the crossing. Order, Passed 631 

Municipal ownership and operation of elevated railroad 
lines. (For data, if any, see the notations under the 
heading "Local transportation".) 
Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. : 

Appropriation for reimbursement for re-arrangement 
of columns near Larrabee st. and North av. 

See 2321 

Appropriation for reimbursement for structure at 

(Roscoe St.) Ashland av. See 2326 

Locked doors and platform gates on certain cars : 
in the matter of discontinuance of the practice. 

Resolution, to Local Trans 321 

Station at Estes av. : direction for establishment. 

Order, to Local Trans 958 

Posts, columns, etc., in roadways : requirement for paint- 
ing and for illumination with special lights at night. 

Ordinance, to Judiciary 1021 

Passed 1419 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Purchase and operation by the City of existing lines. 
(See the notations under the heading "Local trans- 
portation".) 
Rates of fare : 

Litigation concerning increases in rates : 

(For matters relating to special counsel, experts, 
etc , employed in connection teith the liti- 
gation, sec under the heading "Law, Depart- 
ment of.) 
Appropriation for the payment of necessary ex- 
penses in connection with the litigation. 

See 2219 

Regulations on elevated railroads : in the matter of the 

power of the City to impose regulations on the roads. 

Opinion (Corp. Counsel), Pul>. and to Local Trans.. 438-44 

Service betterment : direction for enforcement of existing 

ordinances. Resolution (referred Dec. 20, 1922, p. 

1544) , Filed 1268 

Station platforms : in the matter of authority for the 
leasing of advertising space and space for vending 
machines, etc. on station platforms. Come. (Jay 

J. McCarthy), to Finance 1888 

To Local Ind 2005 

Order (directing submission of an opinion), 

Passed 1955 

Opinion (Corp. Counsel), Pui. and to Local 

Trans 1979-80 

Resolution (urging the revocation of an ordi- 
nance of March 3, 1920, running to the Chicago 
Elevated Advertising Co.), to Local Ind 2138 



Elevated railroads: 

Strike of employes. (See under the heading "Strikes".) 
Subways for passenger transportation. (For data, if any, 

see the heading "Subways, passenger".) 
"Trustee Plan" of municipal operation of elevated rail- 
roads, etc. (For data, if any, see the notations un- 
der the heading "Local transportation".) 
Vending machines on station platforms. (See the nota- 
tions under "Station platforms", above.) 
Elevator Company of America : Claim. Order, Deferred 

and Pub 2469 

Elevators: Sidewalk lifts. (See under the names of par- 
ticular streets and pnrticular individuals, etc. For 
general data, if any, see under "Occupation of streets, 
alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Eleventh Church of Christ Scientist of Chicago : Reloca- 
tion of curb and paving of street. Order, Passed 940 

Elgin Sales Corp. : 

-Vuto eductors : sale to the City. Order, Passed 233-4 

Broom attachments : sale to the City. Order, Passe(J.2517-18 

Street sweepers: sale to the City. Order, Posscd. ... 1068 

Elia, C. : Sign. Order, Passed 1881-2 

Eliasek. L. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs . . .105S. 

Parsed 1275 

Ellingson, G. A.: Sign. Order, Passed 2501 

Elliott. Mary B. : Vacation of an alley in O. G. Fox's Colo- 

rado Av. Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Ellis av. : 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited 200 ft. north and south 

of E. 58th St. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed. .1851 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to K 
83rd St., etc." under the heading "Maryland av.") 
Pipe and tunnel under and across the street, north of 
E. 29th St. (See under the heading "Reese (Michael) 
Hospital".) 
Sidewalk, from E. 35th st. to E. 37th st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2170 

Sidewalks, between E. 37th st. and E. Pershing rd. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 898 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Water supply pipe, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. 

Order, Passed 2493 

Ellis, Harry : 

Driveway. Order, Passed 2080 

Maintenance and occupancy of shed. Order, to B1dgs.2n9 

Deferred and Put 2481 

Ellis Park : Name (new) for the street, between E. 36th 

St. and E. 37th st. (See under the heading "Street No- 
menclature".) 

Ellsworth, J. J.: Driveways. Orders, Passed 1292-3 

Ellwell, Peter : Completion of building. Order, to Bldgs. 538 

Passed 741 

Ellwood St. : Water supply pipe, from Jarvis av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Elmore (H. W.) i& Co.: Claims. To Finance ....1853, 1856 

Elmwood Park : Protest against poor transportation service 

on the Grand av. street railway line. Come, from the 

Village Clerk (referred Jan. 2, 1923, p. 1620), Filed 197 

Elston av. : 

Driveways at Nos. 4306-12. Order, Passed 158 

Sewers, from Lynch av. to N. Central av. (s. w. side), etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 1049 

Sidewalk, from Leclaire av. to N. Central av. (n. e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1049 

Sidewalks, from N. Central av. to Milwaukee av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 948 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Elston, Crawford and Montrose Business Men's Assn : Re- 
quest for action to require the elevation of tracks in the 
vicinity of "Mayfair". Petition and Resolution, to 

Track Elev 2086-7 

Elwood W^illiams Co. : Claim. To Finance 1055 

Ely, David J. : Vacation of Chester st. and an adjacent 

alley. (See the notations under "Chester st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Emblems on motor vehicles. (See "Emblems" under the head- 
ing "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 



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Emerald av. : 

Drains, between W. 98th st. and W. 99th st. (e. side) : 
permission to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Or- 
der, Passed 2192 

Filling station, at n. e. cor. of W. 33rd st. : protest 

against establishment. Petition, to Local Ind 501 

Filed 616 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. 115th st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from S. Michigan av. 
to S. Halsted st., etc." under the heading "One hun- 
dred fifteenth st.") 
Sewer, from W. 111th st. to 300 ft. north. Ordinance, 

Passed 385 

•Switch track across the street, south of W. 90th st. 
See under "South Eastern Coal Co." under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 252 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Emerald Avenue Presbyterian Church : Motion picture 

booth and water service pipe. Orders, Passed 542 

Emerick, W. R. : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Emerson House Settlement : Decrease of water rates and 

free use of City water. Order, to Finance 2020 

Empire Storage Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 291 

Employes of the City. (See the heading "City employes".) 
Employment agencies : Repeal of license requirements. 

Ordinance (see Sec. 6), Passed 1405-6 

Employment matters. (See the heading "Unemployment".) 

Emrich, Alfred : Driveway. Order, Passed 642 

Enault, Henry L. : Remodeling of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 163 

Passed. 426 

Engel, Igngjtz : Driveways. Order, Passed 1236 

Engelhard, George : Driveways. Order, Passed 220 

Engelthaler, Joseph : Reward for meritorious services. 

Order, Passed 410 

Enger, E. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs 1475 

1764 



Engineering', Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). 



See 



2304-6, 2315-17, 2335, 2337-61 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items Vetoed 

2392, 2396-9 

Certain Items, Amended 2536, 2538-9 

Appropriations, supplementary). See 592-3, 645-6 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bridges and viaducts : 

Adams st. bridge : appropriation for construction of 
west abutment of new bridge and shortening of 
span of present bridge. See 2315 

Adams st. viaduct : change in elevation of floor. 

Ordinance, Passed 2020-1 

Appropriations for maintenance, inspections, repairs, 
etc. of bridges and viaducts. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Bureau of Engineering, noted 
above.) 

Archer av. bridge : purchase of structural steel (Han- 

sell-Elcock Co.). Order, Passed 1999 

Ashland av. bridges (I. & M. Canal and Chicago 

River) : appropriations for construction. See.2326 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Bridgetenders. (For data, if any, see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "Rivers and Harbors, 
Bureau of".) 

California av. bridge (I. & M. Canal) : appropriation 
for surveys, preliminary plans and estimates. 
See 2316 

Cicero av. bridges (I. & M. Canal and Chicago 
River) : appropriation for surveys, plans and es- 
timates. See 2315 

Clark St. bridge : alteration of trolley wires (Chicago 

Surface Lines). Order, Passed 1531 

Clark St. bridge : insitallation of barrier gates. Or- 
der, Passed 228 

Cortland st. bridge : removal of scrap steel (Atlas 

Wrecking Co.). Order, Passed 1132-3 

Crawford av. bridge (I. & M. Canal) : appropriation 
for surveys, preliminary plans and estimates. 
See 2316 



Engineerings, Bureau of: 

Bridges and viaducts : 

Dearborn st. bridge : purchase of controllers and rheo- 
stats (Western Electric Co.). Order, Passed.. 562 

Eggleston av. bridges : appropriation for construction. 

See 2306 

Fixed bridges : appropriation for completion of a sur- 
vey. See 2306 

Fixed and movable bridges : in the matter of pro- 
ceeding with a survey of water transportation 
conditions, etc. in connection with a plan to sub- 
stitute fixed bridges for bascule bridges. Reso- 
lution, to Harbors 145 

Subst. Resolution, Adopted 534 

Fixed and movable bridges : request for a Federal 
survey of traffic upon the Chicago River, Calumet 
River and in the Port of Chicago with reference 
to the substitution of fixed for movable bridges. 

Resolution, Adopted 1336-7 

Come. (Corp. Counsel), Filed 2105 

Fixed and movable bridges : report of estimates of 
comparative costs of installation, depreciation, 
maintenance and operation. Come. (Comr. of 
P. W.), Pvb. and to Special Com 116-17 

Fourteenth st. bridge : direction for preparation of 
ordinances providing for construction. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 619 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : appropriation for pave- 
ment of south approach. See 2315 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : appropriation for pay- 
ment of claim of C. & N. W. Ry. Co. account of 
damage to dock growing out of construction 
work. See 2316 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : appropriation for re- 
moval of bulk-head, pipe, from sewer in south 
abutment. See 2324 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge : payment of claims in 
connection with construction of stairway (Chi- 
cago & Northwestern Railway Co.). Order, 
Passed 324 

Harrison st. bridge : purchase of structural and cast 
steel repairs (Lasker Iron .Works). Order, 
Passed 2063-4 

LaSalle st. bridge (proposed) : in the matter of con- 
struction. Orders (directing submission of 

plans and estimates), to Finance 379, 777 

Order (directing submission of an ordinance 

providing for a bond issue), Passed 422-3 

Order (directing submission of an ordinance 
providing for submission of the question of the 
issuance of bonds to a referendum vote), to 

Finance 640 

Order (directing an appropriation for con- 
struction) (referred Nov. 1, 1922, p. 1228), Filed 703 

LaSalle st. bridge (proposed) : authority for issu- 
ance of bonds in the amount of $2,650,000 for 

construction. Ordinance, Passed 817-19 

Report of newspaper publication. See 

969-70 

Ordinance (providing for submission of the 

question to a referendum vote). Passed 819 

(For the result of the referendum vote, see 
pp. 1424-5.) 

Appropriation for construction, see 2316-17 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2.394-5 

Certain Items, Amended 2537 

Lighting of bridges : direction for the proper lighting 
of all bridges and for an investigation of the 
system. Order, Passed 157 

Madison st. bridge : appropriation for completion of 

work. See 2316 

Michigan av. bridge : appropriation for payment of 
installation services (Peoples Gas Light & toke 
Co.). See 2321 

Michigan av. bridge : employment of attendants for 

comfort stations. Order, Passed 232 

Michigan av. bridge : "parking" of vehicles under the 
south approach. (See under the heading "Craig, 
Andrew".) 

Michigan av. bridge : direction for consideration of 
the matter of naming the bridge as a memorial 
of the world war. Order, Passed 1399 

Michigan av. bridge : payment of expenses In con- 
nection with bridge dedication. Order, 
Passed 232-3 



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Enslneering-, Bureau of: 

Bridges nud viiiducts : 

Michigan av. bridge : placing of a bronze commemo- 
rative tablet on the bridge (111. Society of Co- 
lonial Dames of America). Order, Posscd. ... 1795 
Michigan av. bridge: purchase of boilers (Newport 

Boiler Co. ) . Order, Passed 1966 

Movable and fixed bridges. (See "Fixed and mova- 
ble bridges", above.) 
Ninety-fifth st. bridge : purchase of re-enforcing bars 

(Olney J. Dean Co.). Order, Passed 2032 

Ninety-second st. bridge : purchase of shafts and 

keys (Kropp Forge Co.). Order, Passed 2519 

Ogden av. bridge : purchase of castings, motors and 
gates (Cullen-Friestedt Co., General Electric 
Co. and Plamondon Mfg. Co.). Order, Passed. 1527 
Ogden av. bridge: purchase of oals piles (Lake Su- 
perior IMling Co.). Order. Passed 1725 

Ogden av. bridge purchase of steel castings (Cul- 
len-Friestedt Co.). Order, Passed 1966 

One hundredth st. bridge : request for construction 
across the Calumet River. Conic. (South Chi- 
cago Chamber of Commerce), to Finance 18SS 

One hundredth st. bridge (Calumet River) : appro- 
priation for preparation of plans and specifica- 
tions. See 2306 

One hundredth st. bridge (Calumet River), issuance 
of bonds ($1,100,000) for construction. 
Come, from the Mayor (recommending issuance) 

and Ordinances, to Finance 1886 

Ordinance, Passed 1994-5 

(Journal corrected, see p. 2057.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2104 

Ordinance (providing for submission to a 

referendum vote) , Passed 1995-6 

One hundred thirtieth st. bridge (Calumet River) 
direction for submission of plans and estimates 

for construction. Order, to Finance 622 

One hundred thirtieth st. bridge (Calumet River) 
appropriation for construction of temporary pon- 
toon bridge and approaches. See 2316 

One hundred thirty-fourth st. bridge (Calumet 

River): appropriation for erection. See.... 2306 

Pavements of bridges and viaducts : appropriation 
for maintenance and removal. Ordinance, 

Passed 592-3 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 836 
Roosevelt road bridge : 

Appropriation for construction work. See... 2315 

Construction of the bridge : In the matter of 
deferring construction pending completion 
of a survey made with a view to substitut- 
ing fixed bridges for bascule bridges. 

Resolution, to Harbors 145 

Subst. Resolution, Adopted 534 

Construction of the bridge : direction for pro- 
ceeding with construction and hurrying 
completion. Order, Pub. and to Advisory 

Comn. 071 Sundry Public Improvements . . . . 923 
Roosevelt road viaduct : 

Appropriations for construction work. See.. 2315 

Construction of the viaduct : direction for pro- 
ceeding with construction and hurrying 
completion. Order, Pub. and to Advisory 
Comn. on Sundry Public Improvements . . . . 923 
Re-enforcing bars : authority for purchase (Jo- 
seph T. Ryerson & Son, Inc.). Order, 

Passed 2029 

Rods and nuts : authority for purchase (Arthur 

J. O'Leary & Son Co.). Order, Passed .. 1745 
Scrap material of the old viaduct : cancellation 
of contract for sale (Max Wexelman). 

Order, Passed 1131-2 

Stair railing: authority for purchase (Hanke 

Iron and Wire Works). Order, Passed.. 1967 
Torrence av. and E. 134th St. : in the matter of the 
construction of a bridge. Come, from Samuel 

K. Markham and Order (referred Nov. 1, 1922, 

p. 1221), Filed 703 

Twenty-second st. bridge : purchase of structural and 
cast steel repairs (Ketler-EUiott Co.). Or- 
dinance, Passed 1062 

Wells St. bridge : appropriation for the completion of 

construction work. See 2315 



Engineering-, Bureau of: 

Bridges and viaducts : 

Wells St. bridge : appropriation for payment of claim 
of C. & N. W. Ry. Co. account of damage to 
dock growing out of construction work. See.2316 

Western av. bridge : appropriation for preparation of 

plans and specifications for construction. See. 2323 

Construction Division Capital Account. (For data, if 
any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : 

Appropriations for construction work. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Bureau of Engineering, no- 
ted above.) 
Water service pipes and water supply pipes. (See 
under "Water system", below.) 
Cribs. (For data, if any, see under "Water system", be- 
low.) 
Designing Division Capital Account. (For data, if any, 
see "Capital accounts" under the heading 
"Finance",) 
Employes : 

Assistant chief clerk (Water Pipe Ext. Div.) : au- 
thority for employment in lieu of a head clerk. 

Order, to Finance 540 

Attendants (Michigan av. bridge comfort stations) : 

authority for employment. Order, Passed. . . . 232 
Bridge designing engineers : authority for employ- 
ment. Order, Passed 1965 

Bridgetenders : special compensation for meritorious 
services rendered in rescuing persons, etc. 

Come. (C. P. W.), to Finance 2106 

Chauffeur (Meter Div.) authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 259 

Amended 1062 

Chief draftsman (Water Pipe Ext. Div.) : authority 

for employment. Order, to Finance 388-9 

Cost analyst : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 481-2 

Cost analysts : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 556 

Cribkeepers : in the matter of an increase in salary 
rate. Order (referred Jan. 12, 1921, p. 1600), 

Passed . 370-1 

Diver : authority for employment of Iver Johnson. 

Order, Passed 258 

Draftsmen : authority for employment. Ordi- 
nances, Passed 1261-2, 1444 

Engineer (assistant) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 646 

Engineer (assistant) : payment of compensation for 
use of a personally-owned automobile in lieu of 
to a construction foreman. Ordinance, 

Passed 1068»-9 

Engineering draftsmen : authority for employment. 

Ordinances, Passed 1261-2, 1444 

Engineering draftsmen : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed 410-11 

Order, Passed 783-4 

Amended 1061 

Engineers and draftsmen (bridge across the Calumet 
River at E. 134th st.) : authority to charge sal- 
aries to Account 91-X-19. Order, Passed. . . . 482 
Engineers (hoisting and steam shovel) : authority for 

Passed 1068-9 

Engineers (operating) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 784 

Foreman and assistant foreman (Water Pipe Ext. 
Div.) : request that no deductions be made from 
future salaries because of alleged overpayments 
for Januar.v and February, 1922. Come, and 
Order (referred March 8, 1922, p. 2221), Filed. 702 
Gathemann, Herman : compensation for maintenance 
of a personally-owned automobile. Order, 

Passed 784-5 

Investigator of Damage : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 784 

Laborer : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 411 

Machinists : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 41] 

Mason inspectors : increase In salary rate. Order, 

Passed 228 

Motor truck drivers : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1242-? 



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Eng'ineering', Bureau of: 

Employes : 

Overtime: authority for payment. Order, Possed.1302 

Amended 1382-3 

Pattern maker : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 353 

Amendatory Order, Recommitted to 

Finance 1061 

Passed 1404 

Rodman: increase in salary rate. Order, Passed.. 645 
Sheet metal workers (municipal shops) : claim. 

To Finance ,. . 642 

Ship calkers : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed .- 258 

Sundry employes : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 482 

Williams, Roy C. : compensation for use of person- 
ally-owned automobile. Order, Passed 1745 

Equipment : 

Automobile (Ford) : authority for purchase, and ex- 
change of old automobile in part payment (Kra- 

lovec Motor Corp.). Order, Passed 489 

Automobile, Ford (Meter Div. ) : authority for pur- 
chase. Order, Passed 259 

Amended 1062 

Automobile, Ford (Testing Div.) : authority for pur- 
chase. Order, Passed 259 

Automobile, Ford (Testing Div.) : transfer from the 

Zoning Commission. Order, Passed 264 

Automobiles, Ford (Construction Div.) : authority 
for purchase, and exchange of old automobiles in 

part payment. Order, Passed 258-9 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase (S. & 

L. Motor Co.). Order, Passed 1527 

Automobile truck : authority for repair (The White 

Co.). Order, Passed 1531-2 

Chlorinator and auxiliaries : authority for purchase 
(Wallace & Tiernan Co., Inc.). Order, 

Passed 1073 

Corporation cocks : authority for purchase (Mueller 

Company). Order, Passed 2029 

Fish traps and covers : authority for purchase (Fear- 

on-Tillotson Foundry Co.). Order, Passed... 236 
Gate valves: authority for purchase (Kennedy Valve 

Mfg. Co.) . Order, Passed 1998 

Gate valves : authority for purchase (Nelson Mfg. 
Co.). Come. (C. P. W.) and Order, to 

Finance 2064 

Order, Passed 2194 

Hydrant parts: authority for purchase (Feils Brass 

& Machine Works) . Order, Passed 1998-9 

Life preservers : authority for purchase. Order, 

Passed 785 

Motor (electric) : authority for purchase (M. Gold- 

schmidt & Co.). Order, Passed 696 

Motor (electric) : authority for repair (M. Gold- 

schmidt i& Co.). Order, Passed 1532 

Pipe fittings : authority for purchase (Fearon- 

Tillotson Foundry Co.). Order, Passed .... 488 
Pump and base : authority for purchase (M. Gold- 

schmidt Co.). Order, Passed 696 

Starter (Sundh) : authority for purchase (M. Gold- 

schmidt Co.). Order, Passed 696 

Trench machine chain : authority for purchase (In- 
land Engineering Co.). Order, Passed 2032 

Truck (hook and ladder) and tractor : transfer from 

the Fire Department. Order, Passed 1194-5 

Trucks (caterpillar) : authority for purchase (Erie 

Steam Shovel Co.). Order, Passed 2029 

Ventilating fan : authority for purchase (Ilg Electric 

Ventilating Co.). Order, Passed 1490 

Water meters : authority for purchase (Gamon Meter 

Co. ) . Order, Passed 2195 

Heating and power plant, municipal. (For data, if any, 

see "Power and heating plant, municipal", below.) 
Leases of premises. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "City property, leases, etc.") 
Marshall boul. municipal plant : 

Appropriations for operation, maintenance, etc. 
(See the appropriations for the Bureau of En- 
gineering, noted above.) 
Appropriation for repairs to iron fence, coal bunker 

ahd plant betterments. See 2352 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital 
accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 



Engineering-, Bureau of: 

Marshall boul. municipal plant : 

Foundi-y, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Shops, 
municipal", below.) 

Power and heating plant, municipal. (For data, if 
any, see "Power and heating plant, municipal", 
below.) 

Shops, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Shops, 
municipal", below.) 

Warehouse, municipal. (For data, if any, see 
"Warehouse, municipal", below.) 
Municipal foundry. (For data, if any, see "Shops, mu- 
nicipal", below.) 
Municipal plant. (See "Marshall boul. municipal plant", 

above.) 
Municipal power and heating plant. (For data, if any, 

see "Power and heating plant, municipal", below.) 
Municipal shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, munici- 
pal", below.) 
Municipal Shops Capital Account. (For data, if any, 

see "Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Municipal warehouse. (For data, if any, see "Warehouse, 

municipal", below.) 
Power and heating plant, municipal : 

Appropriations for operation, maintenance, etc. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Engineer- 
ing, noted above.) 

Ashes and rubbish : contract for removal (T. Francis 

Murphy) . Order, Passed 1868 

Cinders : removal during Jan. and Feb., 1924. Or- 
der, Passed 2141-2 

Coal: authority for purchase (Mortimer B. Flynn 

Coal Co.) . Order, Passed 1442 

Coal: extension of contract for purchase (Mortimer 
B. Flynn Coal Co.). Come. (C. P. W.) and 

Order, to Finance 1981 

Order, Passed 2190 

Machinery and equipment : payment of additional 
cost for installation (John E. Angell Steam Spe- 
cialties Co.). Order, Passed 223-4 

Pumping stations : 

Appropriations for maintenance, operation, etc. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Engineer- 
ing, noted above.) 

Central Park Av. Station : appropriation for centri- 
fugal pumps, damper regulators, changes in ash 
handling system and partition in boiler room 
ibasement. See 2351 

Central Park Av. Station : contract for removal of 
ashes and rubbish. (T. Francis Murphy). 
Order, Passed 1868 

Central Park Av. Station : removal of cinders during 

Jan. and Feb. 1924. Order, Passed 2141-2 

Central Park Av. Station : installation of chlorine 

equipment. Order, Passed 1061-2 

Central Park Av. Station : purchase of coal conveyor 

parts (Link Belt Co.). Order, Passed 1532-3 

Central Park Av. Station: purchase of coal (Morti- 
mer B. Flynn Coal Co.). Order, Passed. .. .1442 

Central Park Av. Station : extension of contract for 
coal (Mortimer B. Flynn Coal Co.). Come. , 

(C. P. W.) and Order, to Finance 1981 

Order, Passed 2190 

Central Park Av. Station : purchase of locomotive 
crane boiler (Brown Hoisting Machinery Co.). 
Order, Passed 325-6 

Central Park Av. Station : purchase of stoker parts 

(American Engineering Co.). Order, Passed. 1533 

Central Park Av. Station : purchase of stoker ram 
boxes (American Engineering Co.). Order, 
Passed 1310 

Chicago Av. Station : appropriation for replacement 
of gate in tunnel shaft No. 1, and for contract 
obligations. See 2351 

Chicago Av. Station : purchase of diffusing shields 

(General Electric Co.). Order, Passed 696-7 

Chicago Av. Station : purchase of fencing (Chicago 

Fence & Wire Co.). Order, Passed 1532 

Chlorinating equipment : appropriation for purchase 

and installation. See 2351 

Fourteenth St. Station : contract for removal of 
ashes and rubbish (Palumbo & Sons). Order, 

Passed 1868 

Fourteenth St. Station : removal of cinders during 

Jan. and Feb. 1924. Order, Passed 2141-2 



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Englneerliig', Burean of: 

I'umpins stations : 

Fourteenth St. Station : extension of contract for 
coal (Mortimer B. Flynn Coal Co.). Order, 

Passed 1346 

Fourteenth St. Station : purchase of repair parts 

(Allis Chalmers Co.). Order, Passed 210S 

Harrison St. Station : contract for removal of ashes 
and rubbish (H. P. Richelsen). Order, 

Passed 1868 

Amended 1990 

Harrison St. Station : removal of cinders during 

Jan. and Feb. 1924. Order, Passed 2141-2 

Harrison St. Station : extension of contract for coal 

(Baker-Smith Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1345-6 

Harrison St. Station : purchase of drill press (Pratt 

& Whitney). Order, Passed 1533 

Harrison St. Station : purchase of an engine lathe 

(Pratt & Whitney). Order, Passed 1533 

Lake View Station : appropriation for completion of 
installation of boilers and for purchase of 

drainage pumps. See 2351 

Lake View Station : contract for removal of ashes 
and rubbish (Frenzel Bros. Co.). Order, 

Passed 1868 

Lake View Station : removal of cinders during Jan. 

and Feb. 1024. Order, Passed 2141-2 

Lake View Station : extension of contract for coal 

(Holland Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1346 

Lake View Station : purchase of furnace lining 

(Jointless Fire Brick Co.). Order, Posted. .1404-5 

Lake View Station : purchase of stop-valves (Foster 

Engineering Co.). Order, Passed 1490 

Lake View Station : purchase of Turner baffles 

(Bdgemoor Boiler Co.). Order, Passed ....1244-5 

Lake View Station: rebuilding of stokers (Sanford- 

Riley Stokes Co.). Order, Passed 1132 

Mayfair Station : appropriation for completion of 
switch track, new feed pumps and new platform 

between pumps. See 2351 

Mayfair Station: purchase of coal (Mortimer B. 

Flynn Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1442 

Mayfair Station : extension of contract for coal 
(Mortimer B. Flynn Coal Co.). Come. (C. P. 

W.) and Order, to Finance 1981 

Order, Passed 2190 

One hundred fourth st. and Vincennes av. : use of 
abandoned station as a fire station. Order, to 

Finance 1300 

Pullman Sewage Station : abandonment of the sta- 
tion and reconveyance of the site to the Pull- 
man Land Assn. Ordinance, Passed 684-5 

Roseland Station : purchase of coal (Mortimer B. 

Flynn Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1442 

Roseland Station : extension of contract for coal 
(Mortimer B. Flynn Coal Co.). Come. (C. 

P. W.) and Order, to Finance 1981 

Order, Passed 2190 

Roseland Station : Installation of draft control appa- 
ratus (C. L. C. Magee). Order, Passed ...2028-9 
Sixty-eighth St. Station : appropriation for contract 
liabilities and for Improvement of station 

grounds east of boiler room. See 2352 

Sixty-eighth St. Station : purchase of black loam 

CKrug Excavating Co.). Order, Passed ....2194 

Springfield Av. Station : appropriation for purchase 
of centrifugal pumps and for completion of floors 

around pumps. See 2351 

Springfield Av. Station : contract for removal of 
ashes and rubbish (Frenzel Bros. Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 1868 

Springfield Av. Station : removal of cinders during 

Jan. and Feb. 1924. Order, Passed 2141-2 

Springfield Av. Station : direction for a survey to 
determine the advisability of connecting the sta- 
tion with the Wilson av. water tunnel. Or- 
der, Passed 774 

Springfield Av. Station : purchase of coal (Mortimer 

B. Flynn Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1442 

Springfield Av. Station : extension of contract for 
coal (Mortimer B. Flynn Coal Co.). Come. 

(C. P. W.) and Order, to Finance 1981 

Order, Passed 2190 

Springfield Av. Station : installation of chlorine 

equipment. Order, Passed 1061-2 



Engineering', Bureau of: 

I'umping stations : 

Springfield Av. Station : lease of land lying east of 
the station for storage purposes (C, M. & St. 
P. Ry. Co.). Ordinance, Passed 1403-4 - 

Springfield Av. Station : purchase of soot blowers 
(Diamond Power Specialty Co.). Order, 
Passed 2519 

Stony Island Av. Station : extension of contract for 

coal (Holland Coal Co.). Order, Passed 1346 

Swimming pools at pumping stations. (For data, 
if any, see under "Swimming pools" under the 
heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Western Av. Station (proposed) : appropriation for 
purchase of real estate and construction of 
station. See 2352 

Western Av. Station (proposed) : direction for pur- 
chase of a site between W. 36th st. and W. 
47th St. Ordinance, Passed 797-8 

Western Av. Station (proposed) : direction for the 
acquisition of a site between W. 39th st. and 
W. 61st St. Order, Passed 301 

Western Av. Station (proposed) : direction for pur- 
chase of a site on S. Western av., between W. 
39th St. and W. 63rd st. Order, to Finance.. 390 

Filed 1457 

Second Order, Passed 469 

Western Av. Station (proposed) : authority for pur- 
chase of property on W. 40th st. between S. 
Western av. and S. Oakley av. as a site for the 
station. Come, and Ordinance, to Finnnce. .12GQ 

Ordinance, Passed 1484-5 

Amended 2065-6 

Shops, municipal : 

Appropriations for operation, maintenance, etc. 
(See the appropriations for the Bureau of En- 
gineering, noted above.) 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital ac- 
counts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Basin rings and covers : authority for purchase (Wm. 

E. Dee Co.). Order, Passed 1965-6 

Castings for water pipe: authority for purchase 

(Phillip GoUner Co.). Order, Passed 1071 

Cement: authority for purchase. Order, Passed.. 235 

Cement : authority for purchase (Garden City Sand 

Co.). Order, Passed 353-4 

Amended 979 

Cement : authority for purchase (Material Service 

Corp.). Order, Passed 1967 

Cement : authority for purchase (Thomas Connelly 

Co.). Order, Passed 1966-7 

Chlorine : authority for purchase (Hooker Electro- 
chemical Co.). Order, Passed 1485-6 

Coal : extension of contract for purchase (Mortimer 

B. Flynn Coal Co.). Order. Passed 1346 

Coverings: payment of reserve on contract (Illinois 

Fire Proof Covering Co.). Order, Passed 1965 

Drop cloths : authority for purchase (William Iden 

Co. ) . Order, Passed 1969 

Dynamite : extension of contract for purchase (Gen- 
eral Explosives Co.). Order, Deferred and 
P«6 2463 

Engine oil: authority for purchase (Standard Oil 

Co.). Order, Passed 2194 

Explosives: extension of contract for purchase (Gen- 
eral Explosives Co.). Order, Passea 1404 

Gate valves: authority for purchase (Scott Valve 

Co.). Order, Passed 2518-19 

Jute packing : authority for purchase (Waterbury 

Co. ) . Order, Passed 795-6 

Lumber: extension of contracts for purchase (Pil- 
sen Lumber Co., Edward Hines Lumber Co., 
Thornton-Claney Lumber Co. -and Ix)rd & Bush- 
nell Co. ) . Order, Passed 1441-2: 

Lumber: payment of reserve on contracts (Thornton- 
Claney Lumber Co., Edward Hines Lumber Co., 
Lord & Bushnell Co. and Pilsen Lumber Co.). 
Order, Passed 1965 

Manure: authority for purchase (Jones Fertilizer 

Co. ) . Order, Passed' 1490 

Oak blocking: authority for purchase (Thornton- 
Claney Lumber Co.). Order, Passed 260 



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Engrineeiiug-, Bureau of: 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Packing : authority for purchase (Western Packing 

& Supply Co.). Order, Passed 1869 

Paving blocks : authority for purchase (Harris Gran- 
ite Quarries Co.). Order, Passed 411 

Pipe : authority for purchase (American Cast Iron 
Pipe Co. and United States Cast Iron Co.). 

Order, Passed 1062 

Pipe : authority for purchase (James B. Clow & 
Sons and United States Cast Iron Pipe & Foun- 
dry Co.) . Order, Passed 1925 

Pipe: extension of contract for purchase (United 
States €ast-Iron Pipe and Foundry Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 1243 

Pipe castings : authority for purchase (James B. 

Clow & Sons). Order, Passed 1925 

Pipe and couplings: authority for purchase (Kell & 

Jones Co.). Order, Passed 260-1 

Pipe covering: extension of contract for purchase 
(Illinois Fireproof Covering Co.). Order, 

Passed 1509-10 

Pipe and fittings purchases in quantity by the Busi- 
ness agent. (See under the heading "Supplies, 
Dept. of".) 
Pipe (lead) : authority for purchase (Weil-McLain 

Co.). Order, Passed 1967 

Punchings (steel) : authority for purchase (Ralph H. 

Simpson Co.). Order, Passed I868 

Repair lids: authority for purchase (H. Mueller 

Mfg. Co.) . Order, Passed 1969 

Sand and gravel : authority for purchase (American 

Sand & Gravel Co.). Orders, Passed ..1072, 1968 
Sand (mason) : authority for purchase (Garden City 

Sand Co.). Order, Passed 2194-5 

Sewer pipe : authority for purchase (Material Serv- 
ice Corp.). Order, Passed 2029-30 

Shut-ofiC boxes: authority for purchase (H. Mueller 

Mfg. Co.). Order, Passed 1132 

Tile (building) : authority for purchase (Wm. B. 

Dee Co.). Order, Passed 1071-2 

Valves : authority for purchase (Western Packing & 

■Supply Co.). Order, Passed 1967-8 

Water pipe castings : authority for purchase (Michi- 
gan Valve and Foundry Co.). Order, Passed. 1486 
Wood blocking: authority for purchase (Thornton- 

Claney Lumber Co.). Order, Passed 1409 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Tug service: authority for contract (Patrick J. Cullnan 

and P. W. Walsh). Order, Passed i486 

Tug service: authority for contract (Walsh & Cullnan). 

Order, Passed 125 

Tunnels, water. (For data, if any, see under "Water 

system", below.) 
Viaducts. (See "Bridges and viaducts", above.) 
Water system : 

Berwyn, Village of : resale of City water to the Na- 
tional Ice Co. (See under the heading "Berwyn, 
Village of".) 
Bills for water rates. (For data, if any, see 

"Rates", below.) 
Blue Island, City of : resale of water from mains of 
the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Blue Island, City of".) 
Campaign of education and instruction in connection 
with water consumption : appropriation for the 

purpose. See 2339 

Chlorinating plants at pumping stations. (For data, 
if any, see under "Pumping stations", above.)' 
Chlorine (liquid) for the chlorination of City water. 
(For data, if any, see under "Supplies, etc.", 
above.) 
Clearing, Village of: contract with the Chicago 
Transfer and Clearing Co. for the sale of water 
to industries previously supplied from the water 
system of the Village of Clearing, now a part 

of the City of Chicago. Order, Passed 1131 

Cribs: appropriations for maintenance, operation, 
etc. (See the appropriations for the Bureau of 
Engineering, noted above.) 
Discounts for the prompt payment of bills. (For 

data, if any, see under "Rates", below.) 
Fire hydrants. (For hydrants at particular loca- 
tions, see under the names of particular streets.) 



Engrineeringr, Bureau of: 

Water system : 

Fire protection : requirement for equipment of water 
pipes used exclusively for fire protection pur- 
poses with approved indicating, proportional or 
other recording devices. Ordinance, Passed.. 628 

Report of newspaper publication. See 830 

Fires: no charge to be made for water used for 

extinguishing fires. Ordinance, Passed 628 

Report of newspaper publication. See... 836 
Flushing of streets. (See under the headin<' 

"Streets".) 
Forest Park, Village of : water supply from mains of 
the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Forest Park, Village of".) 
Free use of water. (See under the names of particu- 
lar individuals, etc.) 
Harrison (Carters.) Crib: appropriations for con- 
struction of an additional intake and for com- 
pletion of installation of fish screens and guides. 

^ee 2352 

Harrison (Carter H.) Crib : purchase of fish screens 

(Ralph H. Simpson Co.). Order, Passed 649 

Hydrants in streets. (See "Fire hydrants", above.) 
Illinois Central Railroad Co.: water supply from 
mains of the City of Chicago. (See under "I. 
C. R. R. Co." under the heading "Railroads".) 
Improvement associations : free use of water. (See 
under the names of the particular associa- 
tions.) 
Lake View Crib : appropriation for removal of the 

crib. See 2352 

Meters: erection of vaults for water meters. Or- 
dinance, to Finance 975 

Meters: in the matter of the universal installation 
of meters to remedy an existing wastage of 
water. Come. (Mayor), Pui. and to Finance.586-8 

Meters: protests against proposed "universal" instal- 
lation of meters. Come. (Merigold Taxpayers' 

Assn.) , to Finance ; 533 

Comes. (Jungman Lodge No. 20 and The 
Grand Lodge of 111., Czecho-Slovak Protective 
Society; and United Taxpayers' Societies and 

Clubs of the 22nd Ward) to Finance 837-8 

Comes. (Twenty-sixth Ward Taxpayers' 

Assn.), to Finance 837-8 928 

Come. (Non^Partisan Property Owners' Im- 
provement Assn. of the 23rd Ward), Filed 1173 

To Finance 1296 

Second Come, to Finance 1296 

Meters: provision for installation on all new service 

connections. Ordinance, to Finance 974-5 

Meters: report on number of homes and industries 
that should have meters under present ordi- 
nances. Order, Passed 631 

Report (Comr. of P. W.), to Finance .. 678 

Niles Center, Village of : water supply from mains of 
the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Niles Center, Village of".) 
Oak Park, Village of: contract for additional emer- 
gency connections for water supply from mains 
of the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"Oak Park, Village of".) 
Pipes (water) used exclusively for fire protection 
purposes: requirement for equipment with ap- 
proved indicating, proportional or other record- 
ing devices. Ordinance, Passed 628 

Report of newspaper publication. See.... 836 
Proceedings for water and sewers by subdividers of 
land for dwelling purposes : direction for sub- 
mission of an ordinance providing for the insti- 
tution of proceedings at the time of filing of 
plats. Order (referred Nov. 16, 1921 p 
1284), Filed 75^ 

Pumping stations. (See "Pumping stations", above.) 

Rates : agreement not to reduce rates while certain 
issues of water certificates remain unpaid. 
Ordinances, Passed 564 2065 

Rates : cancellation of duplicate payments and over- 
payments of water rates. Order, Passed 24.53 

River Forest, Village of: water supply from mains 
of the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"River Forest, Village of".) 



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Englneerliig', Bureau of: 

Wator system : 

River Grove, Village of: water supply from mains of 
the City of Chicago. (See under tlie heading 
"River Grove, Village of".) 

Service pipes. (For service pipes in particular 

streets, see the notations under the names of the 
respective streets.) 

Seventy-third St. Tunnel. (For data, if any, see 
"Southwest Land Tunnel", below.) 

Sixty-eighth St. Crib : purchase of a fog bell ringer 
(Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 649 

Sixty-eighth St. Tunnel connection : appropriation for 
connection with the Southwest Land Tunnel. 
See 2352 

Southwest Land Tunnel : appropriations for connec- 
tions between the 68th st. tunnel system and be- ■ 
tween 73rd and State sts. to the new Western 
Av. Pumping Station. See 2352 

Sprinkling of streets. (See under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Sprinkling of yards and lawns adjoining school 
buildings between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M. : request 
for renewal of permit. Come, (Board ot 

Education), Pub 254 

Request, Granted 254 

Stickney, Village of : water supply from mains of the 
City of Chicago. (See under the heading "Stick- 
ney, Village of.) 

Summit, Village of : water supply from mains of the 
City of Chicago. See under the heading "Sum- 
mit, Village of.) 

Supply pipes. (For supply pipes in particular 
streets and alleys, see the notations under the 
names of the respective streets and alleys.) 

Supply pipes : appropriation for the laying of supply 
pipes. (See under "Appropriations", above.) 

Supply pipes : tapping of supply pipes for the pur- 
pose of installing service pipes. (See under 
the names of particular individuals, etc.) 

Tunnels and tunnel plants and shafts : appropria- 
tions for maintenance, operation, etc. (See the 
appropriations for the Bureau of Engineering, 
noted above.) 

Two-Mile Crib : appropriation for removal of the 

crib. See 2352 - 

Two-Mile tunnel extension : appropriation for con- 
tinuation of construction of tunnel between the 
Two-Mile Crib and the Carter H. Harrison 
Crib. See 2352 

Two-Mile tunnel extension : employment of Iver 
Johnson as a diver in connection with the con- 
struction of tunnel connecting the Carter H. 
Harrison and the Two-Mile Cribs. Order, 
Passed 258 

Wastage of water : in the matter of the "universal" 
installation of meters to remedy the condition. 
(See the notations under "Meters", above.) 

Water pipe ditches: contract for backfilling (B. C. 

Brautigam). Order. Passed 2193-4 

Water supply pipes in the territory bounded by 
S. Crawford av., S. Kenton av., W. Roosevelt 
road and W. 16th st. (territory bounded by) : 

replacement. Order, Passed 1T38 

Rescinded 1956-T 

West Hammond, City of : water supply from mains 
■ of the City of Chicago. (See under the heading 
"West Hammond, City of".) 

Western Av. Tunnel. (For data, if any, see "South- 
west land Tunnel", above.) 

Wilson Av. Tunnel : direction for a survey to deter- 
mine the advisability of connecting the Spring- 
field av. pumping station with the tunnel. 

Order, Passed 774 

Water Works Suspense Stock Account. (For data, if 
any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Engineers (Stationary), Board of Examiners of: 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2263-4 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2383 

Certain Items, Amended 2532 



Engineers (Stationary), Board of Examiners of: 

Refrigerating engineers : requirement for examination and 

licensing by the Board. Ordinance, to Judiciary. . 1436 

Englehardt, Fred E. : Real estate office. Order, Pa)ssed.lS55 

Englestein, Harry and Louis: Canopy. Order, Possed.. 1294 

Englewood Coal Co.: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind.. 391 

Passed 523 

Second Order, Passed 915 

Third Order, Passed 1228 

Englewood Overland Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed ... 1034 
Englewood Print Shop : Use of sidewalk space as drive- 
way. Order, Passed 2016 

Englewood Theatre Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 541 

Englewood Woman's Club : Request for use of the House 

of Correction hospital for the treatment of drug addicts. 

Come, to Health 1888 

Enslen, W. A. : Auto-shed. Order, to BIdgs 940 

Passed 1100-1 

Ephpheta School for the Deaf : Free permits for erection 

of buildings. Order, Passed 1863 

Epstein, Abraham I. : Driveway. (See under the head- 

ing "Feldman, Florence M.") 
Rqnipment. (For equipment purchased for the various bu- 
reaus and departments, see the notations under the names 
of the respective bureaus and departments.) 
Equitable Trust Company of Chicago ; Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Erby (William) & Sons Co. : 

Sale of dog wagons to the City. Order, Passed 1304 

Repair of police patrol No. 8 for the City. Order, 

Passed 1072 

Erhardt. Rosa : Driveways.' (See under the heading "Se- 

bring, Ernest W.") 

Erickson, Fred: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 102B 

Passed 1367 

Erickson, I^ouis : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Paf>sed 959 

Erie Steam Shovel Co. : Sale of caterpillar trucks to the 

City. Order, Passed 2029 

Erie st. : 

Loading platform, at n. w, cor. of N. Franklin st. (See 

under the heading "Karsten, H. A.") 
Sidewalks, from N. Hnlsted st. to N. May st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 2132 

Storm entrance and riser in sidewalk space at n. e. cor. 
of N. Clark st. (See under the heading "McGovern, 
John H.") 
Water meter at No. 1107 W. : removal. Order, Passed. 5^6 

Erpenbeck & Segessman : Sale of front pieces to the City. 

Order, Passed 2197 

Ersten. Sam : Sign. Order. Passed I960 

Escanaba av. : Sewer, from E. 130th st. to 25 ft. south of 

E. 127th St. Ordinance Passed 622 

Escudior, Leon : Completion of addition to building. Or- 
der, to Bldps 1030 

Passed 1275-6 

Eslein & Co. : Warehouse building. Order, to Bldgs. . . 216 

Filed 533-4 

Eslien Co. : Shed. Order, Passed 774 

Esmond st. : Water meter at No. 10935 : removal. Or- 
der, to Finance 303 

Espect, M. & F. : Claim. To Finance 1678 

Espert, Michael : Driveways. Order, Passed 895 

Essanay Film Mfg. Co. : Lease of premises No. 1333 Ar- 

gyle st. to the City for use as a fire station. Order, 

Passed 1650-1 

Essco Manufacturing Co. : Sale of traffic lights to the 

City. Order, Passed 1309 

E}ssex av. : 

Opening of the street, across the right of way of the 

B. & O. R. R. Ordinance, Passed 1118 

Paving and improving from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th st. 

(See "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 

87th St., etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 
Roadway width established, from E. 75th st. to E. 79th 

St. Ordinance, Passed 901-2 

Roadway width established, from E. 87th st. to South 

Chicago av. Ordinance, Passed 901 

Sewer, in vacated portion of the street (Lot 11, Block 

3, C. R. Cave Sub.) : acceptance of an easement to 

the City for construction. Order, Passed 621 

Water supply pipe, from E. 75th st. to E. 79th st. 

Order, Passed V5u:^ 



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Essex av. : 

Water supply pipe, from E. 87th st. to South Chicago av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Estes av. : ~ 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan: recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. California av. to N. Wash- 
tenaw av. Order, Passed iioea 

Estimates, Comptroller's and departmental. (See under the 

heading "Appropriations".) 
Etchingham, Wm. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Ettelson (Julius) & Co.: Claim. To Finance 219:{ 

Ettelson, Samuel A. : Resignation as Corporation Counsel. 

Noted JJ5 

Euclid av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 73rd st. to 15 ft. north. 
(See "Paving and improving, from Stony Island av. 
to Exchange av., etc." under the heading "Seventy- 
third St.") 
Water supply pipe, from E. 85th st. to E. 86th st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Evangelical Church, The: Bridge (covered passageway), 

vault and tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind 320 

Passed 802-:5 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Evangelical Lutheran Faith Church : Free permits for 

erection of parsonage. Order, Passed 543 

Evans, Edward: Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Evans, Thomas: Claim. To Finance 1853 

Evening American Publishing Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed jq2 

Everell av. : Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. 

to 44 ft. west. Order, Passed 240tj 

Everett av. : 

Opening of the street, from E. 55th st. to E. 54th st. 

Order, to B. L. I 1670 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 

Everett Dry Goods Store : Sign. Order, Passed 031 

Evergreen Park, Village of: Acceptance of deposit from 
the Village for installation of water supply pipes. Or- 
der, Passed 149 

Ewlng av. : Sidewalk, from E. 107th st. to E. 112th st. 

(w. side) . Ordinance, Passed 1027 

Ewing, Edwin C. : Claim. Order, Passed .1405 

Examiners, Boards of : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2263 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2382-3 

Certain Items, Ame7ided 2531-2 

General office: transfers of funds. (See under the head- 
ing "Transfers of funds".) 

(For particular boards of examiners, see under 
the names of the respective hoards.) 
Excelsior Motor Mfg. & Supply Co.: Sale of motorcycles 

to the City. Order, Passed 1305 

Exchange av. : 

Relocation of tracks, widening of platform and construc- 
tion of a ticket office and station between E. 75th 
St. and E. 76th st. (See under "South Chicago Rail- 
road Co." under the heading "Railroads".) 
Sewer, from E. 73rd st. to 50 ft. northwesterly of E. 75th 

St., etc. Ordinance, Passed 294-5 

Sewer, from E. 130th St. to B. 128th st. Ordinance, 

Passed (jy^j 

Temporary walk at No. 9052. Order, Passed ........1021 

Experts employed by the City. (For general data, if any, 
see under the heading "Chicago, City of". For experts 
employed by a particular department, bureau or com- 
mittee, see under the name of such department, bureau 
or committee.) 
Eyes (sore) at birth : Increase in penalty for failure to 

make reports of cases. Ordinance, to Health 1964 

F. 

Factories. (For general data, if any, see the heading "Manu- 
facturing establishments". For particular kinds of fac- 
tories see under the respective headings.) 



^^^ 1923-24 

Factory Supply Co., The : Claim. To Finance 970 

Padner, Frederick J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 323 

Faherty, Michael J.: Resignation as president and mem- 

ber Of the Board of Local Improvements. Noted .... 108 
Fair, The : 

Driveways: Orders, Passed I63 1026 

Sign. Order, Passed ' ' ioik 

Falrbank (N. K.) Co.: 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Wires. Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed 

Dec. 8, 1919), Passed 970 

Fairbanks Company : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order 

to Bldgs ' 2j^5 

Passed tfsr. 

„ . D04 

Fairbanks ct. : Street railway matters. (See under the head- 
ing "Street railways".) 
Fairfield av. : 

Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th St., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in W. 52nd st, W. 
o3rd St. and W. 54th st.) Kecom., Est. and Ordi- 
nance, Pub. and to Local Ind 869-77 

Ordinance, Passed 1493 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between W. 51st st. and W. 55th 

St., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 912 

Water supply pipe, from Pratt av. to 48 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. 69th st. to W. 71st st. 

• Order, Passed 4(59 

Faith Men's Club: Endorsement of request for increases in 
salary rates of clerks employed by the City. Resolu- 
tion, to Finance 2157 

Faktor, Mr. : Gasoline pump. Order, to O., 0. d 

^- ^ 956 

^'^^'^ 1215-16 

Falkenthal, Wm. J.: Claim. To Finance 903 

Falls Rubber Products Co. : Sale of automobile tires to the 

City. Order, Passed 1531 

Fargo av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Stairway at end of the street leading to Lake Michigan : 
recommendation for repair so as to make the waters 
of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report 
of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under 
"Lake Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 61 ft. west of N. Maplewood 

av. to N. Rockwell av. Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 36 ft. west- 
ward. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 - 

Farm Colony Bond Fund. (For data. If any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Farm colony for women offenders. (For data, if any, see 
"Willow Springs Farm Colony" under the heading "House 
of Correction".) 
Farr Brothers Co., The : 

Additional compensation for grading Church st. Or- 
der, Passed i486 

Vacation of alleys in Horton's Sub. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Farragut av. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. Luna av. to N. Central av. 

Order, Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe, from N. Luna av. to 348 ft. eastward. 

Order, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 225 ft. east of Luna av. to 370 

ft. east thereof. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Farrell, F. C. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Recommitted to Finance 1292 

Farrow, Delores J. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Farwell, Arthur Burrage : In the matter of the recent 
adoption of a resolution by the City Council requesting 

amendment of the Volstead Act. Come. Filed 500 

Farwell av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Ml-chlgan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 



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69 



Farwell av. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. California av. to 336 ft. 

west of N. Western av. Order, Passed 1248-50 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 24 ft. east- 
ward. Order, Passed oS'J-OO, S50-3 

Water supply pipe, from 204 ft. west of N. Western av. 

to 132 ft. westward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Fast Grip Tire Shoe Co. : Cancellation of warrant for 

collection. Order, Passed (579-80 

Fathauer (Theo.) Co., The: Shed. Order, to Bldgs 2507 

Faul, Frank: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 933 

I'asscd 1101 

Fauls, J. L. : Claim. To Finance 1124 

Fay St. : 

Side'walks, from Ancona st. to W. Erie st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 773 

Sidewalks, from W. Huron st. to Ancona st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 773 

Fazio, Joseph : Real estate office. Order, Passed 302 

Fazio, Nathan : Claim. To Finance 18«5 

Fearon-Tillotsou Foundry Co. : 

Sale of fish traps and covers to the City. Order, 

Passed 2:^0 

Sale of pipe fittings to the City. Order, Passed 488 

Fecher, Charles: Canopy. (See under the heading "Nort- 

man, B'red J.") 

Feddler, Joseph : Driveway. Order, Passed 547 

Feder Drug Store : Sign. Order, Passed 1391 

Federal Electric Co., Inc.: New bond (as a corporation 

engaged in the construction of billboards and signboards). 

Bond, to Finance 1078 

Order, Passed 1-105 

Federal Engineering Co. : Water supply from mains of the 
City of Chicago to the I. C. li. K. Co. (See under 
"I. C. R. R. Co." under the heading "Railroads".) 
Federal Garage Co. : Use of building for garage purposes. 

Order, to Bld{is 895 

Deferred and Pub 1515 

Federal Steel Fixture Co. : Sale of lockers to the City. 

Order, Passed 2197 

Federal st. : 

Canopy at Nos. 825-31. (See under "Chicago & Western 
Indiana Railroad Co." under the heading "Rail- 
roads".) 
Conduit under the street, north of W. Garfield boul. (See 

under the heading "Gordon Baking Co.") 
Loading platform, north of Taylor st. (See under "Chi- 
cago & Western Indiana Railroad Co." under the 
heading "Railroads".) 
Pipe trench under and across the street, north of Garfield 
boul. (See under the heading "Gordon Baking Co.") 
Sidewalks, from W. 16th st. to W. 22nd st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, to Local Ind 1021 

Filed 1214 

Water meter at No. 3200: removal. Order, to Finance. 380 

Federated Charities of Chicago : Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Feed, mill. (See the heading "Hay, straw, grain and mill- 
feed".) 

Feeney, Frank J. : Driveways. Order, Parsed 904 

Fegan, Leo C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Feher, Anton : Maintenance of enclosed porch. Order, 

to Bldgs 1400 

Passed - I'^^S 

Feigen. Bertha : 

Vacation of alleys in Mary W. Ingram's Sub. (See under 

the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Vacation of alleys in Wisner's Sub. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Feils Brass & Machine Works : Sale of hydrant parts to 

the City. Order, Passed 1998-9 

Feinberg, Samuel J. : Canopy. ( See under the heading 
"Rosenheim, David".) 

Fekete & Son : Sign. Order, to Bldgs 936 

Passed • 1314-15 

Feldman, Florence M. : 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 472, 632, 929 

Driveway (permission to Florence M. Feldman and Abra- 
ham I. Epstein). Order, Passed 1741 

Driveway (permission to Florence M. Feldman and Julius 

Weinstein). Order, Passed 1232 

Feldman, M. : Completion of shed. Order, to Bldgs 331 

Petition (protesting against construction), to Bldgs 331 

Feldman, Max : Driveways. Order, Passed 472-3 

Peldman, Sam : Driveway. Order, Passed 1402 



Feldmann, Dr. W. J.: Sign. Order, Passed 1033 

Pelker, Francis L. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Fellows, William K. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Felters Co., The : Claim. To Finance 970 

Fences : Permit fee for the construction of fences fixed. 

Ordinance, to Bldgs 2193 

Pennell, Patrick E. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Ferner, Margaret : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Ferrone, Henry : Occupation of sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed 461-2 

Feser, (Jeorge : Alterations in, and addition to, building. 

Order, to Bldgs 249-3 

Festas, Nick: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Fetter, T. A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 317 

Fiala, Joseph : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 926 

Passed 1007 

Fichtenberg, Louis : Maintenance of entrance to theater. 

Order, to Bldgs 901 

Fick, Henry L. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Picket, Harry : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Fidelity Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Field Day Sports of the Dept. of Police. (See under the 

heading "Police, Department of".) 
Fienberg, Joseph : Vacation of an alley in Canal Trustees' 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Fifteenth pi.: Vacation of the street. (See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Fifteenth st. : 

Resurfacing of the street, from S. Crawford av. to S. 

Keelcr av. Order, to Finance 927 

Water meter at Nos. 3140-42 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 395 

Fifteenth Ward : Recently-annexed territory in the Town- 
ship of Stickney made a part of the Ward. Ordinance, 

Passed 467-8 

Fifteenth Ward West End Improvement Club, The : In 

the matter of the restoration of "Home Rule" for Chi- 
cago over local public utilities. Resolution, to 

Judiciary 1874 

Fifth av. : 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at No. 3045 : removal. Order, to Finance. 309 
Fiftieth st. : 

Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to S. Ashland av. (See 
"Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." 
under the heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Fifty-eiahth st. : Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to Wallace st. 

(See "Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." 
under the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Fifty-fifth St. : 

Sidewalk, from S. California av. to S. Sacramento av. 

(s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1034 

Sidewalk, from S. Cicero av. to S. Laramie av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 540 

Sidewalk, from S. Long av. to S. Central av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 626 

Sidewalk, from S. Rockwell st. to S. Fairfield av. (n. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2173 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from S. Cicero av. to S. Kenton av. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from S. Menard av. to S. Massasolt 

av., etc. Ordinance, Passed 1388 

Fifty-first St. : 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited between Prairie av. and 
Calumet av. (s. side), and between South Park 
av. and alley west thereof (n. side). Ordinance, 

Passed 2126-7 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2401 

Sidewalk, from S. Laramie av. to S. Long av. '(s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 540-1 

Sidewalk, from S. Long av. to S. Central av., (s. side), 

etc. (system) . Ordinance. Passed 1034 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
"Through traffic street", from Grand boul. to Cottage 

Grove av. Ordinance, to Efficiency 102^* 



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Fifty-fourth pi. : 

Paving and improving, from S. Sacramento av. to S. Ked- 
zie av. (See "Paving and improving, from W. 51st 
St. to W. 55th St., etc." under the heading "Richmond 

St.") 

Sidewalks, from S. Homan av. to S. St. Louis av. (both 

sides) . OrcTmance, Passed 626 

Water supply pipe, from 376 ft. east of Albany av. to Sac- 
ramento av. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Fifty-fourth st. : 

Opening of the street, from Lake Park av. to Cornell av. 

Order, to B. L. 1 1022 

Paving and Improving, from Indiana av. to South Park 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1852 

Paving and improving, from S. Richmond st. to S. Ked- 
zie av. (See "Paving and improving, from W. 51st 
St. to W. 55th St., etc." under the heading "Rich- 
mond St.") 
Paving, from Cottage Grove av. to Drexel av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 619-20 

Paving, from S. Washtenaw a v. to S. Richmond st. (See 
"Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. ooth St.. etc." under 
the heading "Fairfield av.") 
Sewer, from Aberdeen st. to Wallace st, (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th St. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Francisco av,, 
S, Mozart St., S. California av. and S. Farifield av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W, 51st st. 
to W, 55th St., etc." under the heading "Fairfield 
av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in S. Richmond st. 
(See the notations under "Paving and improving, 
from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Richmond St.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from S. Central av. to S. Luna av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Fifty-ninth p], : Sewer, from S, Crawford av. to S. Hamlin 

av. Ordinance, Passed 298 

Fifty-ninth st. : 

Athletic field at S. Robey st. (See under "Athletic 
fields, municipal" under the heading "Parks, Play- 
grounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Opening of the street, from Lake Park av. to Cornell av. 

Order, to B. L. 1 900 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited at Nos. 1146 E. (Harper 
Library) and 1212 B. (Ida Noyes Hall). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1851 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited at No. 1212 B. (entrance 

to Ida Noyes Hall). Ordinance, Passed 1851 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited between Kenwood and 
Kimbark aves. (entrance to Emmons Blaine Hotel). 

Ordinance, Passed 1851 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

Sewer, from S, Crawford av, to 565 ft. east of S. Lawn- 
dale av. Ordinance, Passed 298 

Sidewalk, from railroad first east of S. Lawndale av to 
S. Hamlin av, (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 4t;y 

Sidewalk, from S, Western av, to 829.7 ft. east (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2174 

Sidewalks, from S. Kostner av. to 267,65 ft. west of S. 
Kolmar av. (s, side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 
Passed WS4 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways",) 
Fifty-second st. : 

Paving and improving, from S. Richmond st, to S. Ked- 
zie av. (See "Paving and improving, from W, 51st 
to, to W, W. 55th St., etc." under the -heading "Rich- 
mond St.") 

Paving, from S. Washtenaw av. to S. Richmond st. (See 
"Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 5oth St., etc." 
under the heading "Fairfield av,") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Francisco av„ 
S. Mozart st,, S, California av. and S. Fairfield av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W, 51st st, 
to W. 55th St., etc," under the heading "Fairfield 
av.") 



Fifty-second st, : 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S, Richmond St., 
S. Sacramento av., S, Whipple st., S. Albany av. and 
S. Troy St. (See the notations under "Paving and 
improving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th St., etc," un- 
der the heading "Richmond St.") 
Sidewalks, from S. Lawndale av. to S. Ridgeway av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 625 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Fifty-seventh pi. : Sewer, from S. Crawford av. to 581 ft. 

west of S. Karlov av. Ordinance, Passed 912 

Fifty-seventh st. : 

Fire hydrant at n. e. cor. of S. Western av. : removal. 

Order, Passed 1387 

"Parking" prohibited at the s. w. cor. of University av. 
(entrances to Mandel Hall and Mitchell Tower 

Group Buildings). Ordinance, Passed 1851 

Report of ne'wspaper publications. See 1974-5 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from Cottage Grove av. to 

Lake Park av. Order, to Finance 758 

Sidewalk, from S. Homan av. to S, Central Park av. (s. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 912-3 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Tunnel under and across the street, east of Ellis av. 
(See under the heading "University of Chicago, 
The".) 
Fifty-sixth st. : 

Canopy at Nos, 1616-24 E. (See under the heading 

"Windermere Co., The".) 
Closing of the street to traffic, between Kenwood av. 

and Kimbark av. Order, Passed 381-2 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from S. Halsted st. to S. 

Racine av. Order, Passed 469 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from S. Racine av. to S. 

Ashland av. Order, to Finance 301 

Passed 695 

Sewer, from Aberdeen st. to S, Ashland av. (See "Sew- 
ers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under 
the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Water supply pipe, from Everett av. to 500 ft. east. 

Order, Passed 1670 

Fifty-third pi, : Paving and Improving, from S. Sacramento 

av, to S. Kedzie av. (See "Paving and improving, 
from W. 51st st. to W, 55th st,, etc." under the 
heading "Richmond st.") 
Fifty-third st, : 

Paving and improving, from S. Richmond st. to S. Kedzie 
av. (See "Paving and improving, from W. 51st st. 
to W. 55th St., etc." under the heading "Richmond 
St.") 
Paving, from S. Washtenaw av. to S, Richmond st. (See 
"Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th St., etc., under 
the heading "Fairfield av.") 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from Woodlawn av. to Lake 

Park av. Order, to B. L. 1 464 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Francisco av., 
S. Mozart St., S. California av. and S, Fairfield av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W. 51st st. 
to W. 55th St., etc," under the heading Fairfield av.") 
Sidewalk, from S. Kostner av. to 602.07 ft. west of S. 
Kilbourn av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 625-6 

Sidewalk, from Lake Park av. to 128,3 ft. east (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 900 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Fikeys, John .1. : Claim, Filed 992-3 

Filling stations. (For general data, if any, see under the 

heading "Inflammable liquids". For filling stations at 

particular locations, see under the names of the respective 

streets.) 

Fillmore st, : Water supply pipe, from 606 ft, west of S, 

Central Park av, to Independence boul. Order, Pas.sed.850-3 

Films (X-Ray). (See under the heading "Hospitals".) 
Finance: 

Accounts of the Board of Education for the years 1921 
and 1922 : authority for contract for an audit (Smart, 

Gore & Co.). Amendatory Ordinance, Passed 410 

Report of the audit, Filed 992 

Accounts of the City for the years 1922 and 1923 : con- 
tract for an audit. Order, Passed 678 

, Accounts of the City for the years 1923 and 1924: ap- 
propriation for an audit. See 2210 



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INDEX 



71 



Finance: 

Appropriations, revenues, etc. : 

(For appropriation bills and special appropria- 
tions, see under the heading "Appropria- 
tions".) 
Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental for par- 
ticular years. (See under the beading "Appro- 
priations".) 
Liabilities in excess of items of appropriation : in- 
currence of, during 1024, prohibited (Sec. 4 of 

the Annual Appropriation Bill). See 220t> 

Audits of the Comptroller's books and accounts. (See 

under the heading "City Comptroller".) 
Banks acting as depositaries of the City's funds. (See 
"Depositaries of the City's funds" under the head- 
ing "Banks and banking".) 
Bond funds. (See "Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 
Bonded indebtedness of the City : sinking funds for the 
payment of bonds and interest thereon. (For data, 
if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 
Bonds and bond issues. (See the heading "Bonds and 
bond issues". See also "Special funds, miscellan- 

eous", below.) 
Capital accounts : 

Construction Division Capital Account : payment of a 
warrant for collection against the Board of 
Local Improvements for expenses in connection 
with the dedication of the Michigan av. bridge. 

Order, Passed 232-3 

Expenditures from capital accounts authorized. See 

224-1, 2284-."). 22S8, 22S0, 2298, 2302, 2832-3, 2348-51 
(Journal corrected, pp. 231)9-70.) 
Cook County : direction for negotiations for adjustment 
and settlement of outstanding accounts between the 

City and the County. Kesolution, Adopted 145 

Corporate Purposes Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the 

heading "Appropriations".) 
Loans to the Corporate Purposes Fund from moneys 
in special funds. (For data, if any, see under 
"Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 
Kevenue of the fund : in the matter of increasing the 
revenue by increasing the assessed valuation of 
property. (See "Financial condition, etc.", be- 
low.) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 

taxes".) 
Tax-rate of .f 1.85 : in the matter of continuance. 
(See under "Taxation and taxes" under the head- 
ing "State legislation".) 
Current expenses of City bureaus, departments, etc. : 
authority for payment prior to the passage of 
the annual Appropriation Bills. (For data, if any, 
see, under thp heading "Appropriations".) 
Deposits of the City's fimds in hanks. (See "Deposi- 
taries of the City's funds" under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 
Estimates (Comptroller's and departmental) for particular 
years. (See under the heading "Appropriations".) 
Expenditures by departments, etc, (For general data. If 
any, see under "Appropriations, etc.", above. For 
authority for the payment of current expenses and 
salaries and wages previous to passage of annual 
appropriations, see under the general heading "Ap- 
propriations".) 
Financial condition of the City (statements of the 
City Comptroller). For period ending Mar. 31, 

1023, Filed 5^**-9 

For period ending .Tune 30, and Sept. 30, 1923, 

Filed 11^* 

Financial condition of the City : Special report of the 
City Comptroller concerning the City's financial 
condition and making certain recommendations in con- 
nection therewith. Come. (Mayor) and Report, 

Pul. and to Finance 661-70 

[See also the communication from the Mayor, 

published on pp. 670-72.] 

Financial condition of the City : suggestion for increasing 

the assessed valuation of property to relieve the 

City's financial difficulties. Come. (Mayor), Puh. 

and Filed ^J^O-l 

Resolution (designating a committee to meet 



Finance : 

with the county taxing otficials as a means, of as- 
suring the City adequate revenues from tax collec- 
tions). Adopted **^2 

[See also the report of the City Comptroller, 
noted on pp. 661-70.] 
Fireman's Pension Fund. (See under the heading "Pen- 
sion funds".) 
Fii;emen's I'ension Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the 

heading "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under tlie heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
House of Correction Employes' Pension Fund. (See un- 
der the heading "Pension funds".) 
House of Correction Employes' I'ension Tax Fund : 
Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Humane Societies Fund : Appropriations from the fund. 

(See under the heading "Appropriations".) 
Indebtedness, certificates of, of the City of Chicago. For 
data. If any, see "Certificates of Indebtedness", 
above.) 

Interest : 

Appropriations for the payment of interest. See 

2225, 2272-9, 2295, 2309, 2336, 2337 

Appropriation (supplementary) for the payment of 

interest. See '^^^ 

Appropriations from the special tax fund for the cre- 
ation of sinking funds for the payment of inter- 
est on bonded indebtedness. See ^-509 

Bonded indebtednes.s interest on. (See the notations 
concerning sinking funds under "Special funds, 
miscellaneous", below.) 

Judgments, interest on. (See under "Judgments", be- 
low.) 

Loans from special funds to other funds, interest 
rates on. (See the various notations under 
"Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 

Public benefits, interest on. (See "Public benefits" 
under the heading "Special assessments, special 
taxation, etc.") 

Sinking funds for the pavment of interest on bonded 
indebtedness. (See under "Special funds, mis- 
cellaneous", below.) 

Special funds (miscellaneous), interest on, (See 
under "Special funds, miscellaneous", below.) 

Tax anticipation warrants, interest on. (See under 
"Tax anticipation warrants" under the heading 
"Taxation and taxes".) 

Tax anticipation 'warrants, interest on, (See under 
"Tax anticipation warrants" under the heading 
"Taxation and taxes",) 

Tax levies for sinking funds. (See under the head- 
ing "Taxation and taxes".) 

Tax levies for the payment of interest. (See under 
the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 

Undistributed Interest Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Undistributed Interest Fund", . below.) 

Water pipe extension certificates, interest on. (See 
"Water certificates, etc.", below.) 

Judgments : 

Appropriations for the payment of judgments. See 

2227, 231.'), 2320, 2322, 2328, 2336 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2394 

Certain Items. Amended 2537 

Appropriation (supplementary) for the payment of 

judgments. See ^^^ 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", below.) 

General Corporate Bond Fund : authority for payment 
of judgments and interest thereon from the fund. 

Order, Passed 1*^44 

Amended 14-11 

Interest: appropriation for payment. See 2225 

Loans from special funds for payment of final judg- 
ments in connection with certain public improve- 
ments. (See the notations under "Special funds, 
miscellaneous", below.) 

Tax levies for the payment of judgments. (See under 
the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 



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Finance : 

Judgments : 

Tax levies for sinking fund and interest. (See under 
the lieading "Taxation and taxes".) 
Library (Chicago Public) Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Loans from special funds to the Corporate Purposes 
Fund, etc. (See- the notations under "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", belovs'.) 
Loans from special funds for payment of final judgments 
in connection with certain public improvements. (See 
the notations under "Special funds, miscellaneous", 
below. ) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See 

under the heading "Pension funds".) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund : 
Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
heading "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Payrolls (duplicate) of the City. For October, No- 
vember and December, 1922, Filed 245 

Pension funds. (See the heading "Pension funds".) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See under the 

heading "Pension funds".) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tex levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Public School Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund. 
(For data, if any, see under the heading "Pension 
funds".) 
Public School Teachers' Pension and Retirement Tax fund. 

(For data, if any, see "School tax fund", below.) 
Quit-claim deeds of the City's interest in certain prop- 
erty acquired through tax sales. (See the heading 
"Quit-claim deeds".) 
Revenues of the City. (See "Appropriations, revenues, 

etc.", above.) 
Salaries of City employes: general data. (See under the 

heading "City employes".) 
Salaries and wages of City employes : authority for pay- 
ment prior to the passage of the annual appropria- 
tion bills. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Appropriations".) 
School Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
'Sinking funds for bonds, etc. (See "Special funds, mis- 
cellaneous", below.) 
Sinking Funds and Interest, Special Tax Fund for : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Special assessment bonds, vouchers, etc. (For data, 
if any, see under the heading "Special assessments, 
special taxation, etc.") 

Special Assessment Fund — Interest on Deposits and In- 
vestments: Appropriations from the fund. (See 
under the heading "Appropriations".) 
Special funds, miscellaneous : 

Appropriations from special funds. (See under the 

heading "Appropriations".) 
Ashland Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund : 

in the matter of a deficit in the fund. Come. 

(B. of L. I.), Pub. and to Finance .673-5 

Interest rates on tax anticipation warrants purchased 

with moneys in the special funds : rates fixed for 

1924. Ordinance, Passed 1924 



Finance : 

Special funds, miscellaneous : 

Judgments : authority for payment of judgments and 
interest thereon from the General Corporate 

Bond Fund. Order, Passed ia4-i 

Amended 1441 

Loan from special funds for payment of final judge- 
ments in connection with the Ashland av. im- 
provement. Ordinance, Passed 688-9 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Loan from special funds for payment of final judg- 
ments in connection with the N. Western av. 

improvement. Ordinance, Passed 689-90 

Report of newspaper publication. See 83B 

Loans from special funds to the Corporate Pur- 
poses Fund. Ordinance (authorizing a loan 

of $4,000,00), Passed 1260-1 

Ordinance (authorizing a loan of $2,500,- 

000) , Passed 1714 

Ordinance (authorizing a loan of $2,500,- 

000) , Passed 1923 

Ordinance (authorizing a loan of $2,000,- 

000) , Passed ; . . 2449-50 

Ogden Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund: in the 
matter of a deficit in the fund. Come. (B. 

L. I.) Pub. and to Finance 673-5 

Sinking funds for payment of bonded indebtedness 

and interest thereon : appropriations from the 

special tax fund to the sinking funds. See.. 2309 

South Water Street Street-Improvement Bond Fund : 

in the matter of a deficit in the fund. Come. 

(B. L. I.), Pub. and to Finance 673-5 

Special Assessment Fund — Interest on Deposits and 
Investments : use of money for the retirement 
of outstanding special assessment vouchers and 

bonds, etc. Ordinance, to Finance 380 

Street-lighting System Bond Fund : authority for 
certain expenditures from the fund and direc- 
tion for submission of a monthly report of the 

progress of the work. Order, Passed 686 

Western Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund : in 
the matter of a deficit in the fund. Come. (B. 

L. I.), Pub. and to Finance 673-5 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading "Tax- 
ation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 

taxes".) 
"Traction funds" : 

Appropriations from the funds. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Appropriation (proposed) of $2,300,000 from the 
fund : direction for submission of detailed Infor- 
mation. Resolution, to Finance 2126 

Balance of the funds as of April 16, 1923. (See the 
report of the City Comptroller, noted on pp. 
661-70.) 
Deposits and tenders of deposits by street railway 
companies for the years 1908 to 1923. (See the 
report of the City Comptroller, noted on pp. 
661-70.) 
Expenditures of moneys in the funds : protest against 
appropriations for the building of subways. 
Come, from the Cook County Real Estate Board 
(referred March 26, 1923, pp. 2121-2), Filed .. .IdG-l 
Joint accounts : in the matter of the charging of 
certain expenditures to the accounts. Order, 

Deferred and Puh 2001-5 

Motion (directing submission of an opin- 
ion). Carried 2001 

Motorbus lines : in the matter of expenditures from 
the funds for the establishment of such lines. 
(See the notations under the heading "Local 
transportation".) 
Subway (passenger) in State st. : statement of Hon. 
Wm. E. Dever and address of Samuel Insull be- 
fore the Chicago and Cook County Bankers 
Assn. in the matter of the use of a portion of 
the "traction funds" for the construction of a 
subway. Order (directing consideration) to 

Local Trans 1950 

Transfers of funds in appropriations. (See the heading 

"Transfers of funds".) 
Tuberculosis Sanitarium (Chicago Municipal) Tax Fund: 
Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 



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INDEX 



73 



Finance : 

Tuberculosis Sanitarium (Cliicago Municipal) Tax Fund; 
Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the lieading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Unclaimed Rebate Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Vehicle Tax Fund : 

Appropriations from the fund. (See under the head- 
ing "Appropriations".) 
Expenditures for the repair of street pavements : di- 
rection for expenditures only in cases where 
streets are paved with asphalt or an equally good 

pavement. Resolution, to Finance 1.'523 

Expenditures from the Fund for the repair and re- 
surfacing of streets : authority for such expendi- 
tures during the vacation period of the City 

Council. Order, Put<scd 69G 

Regulations for expenditures of moneys from the fund 

for street repair work, etc. See 2330-1 

Resurfacing of streets : direction for submission of a 
Bill empowering the City to pay the cost of the 
worlv from the Fund or by special assessment, 

or both. Resolution, to Judiciary 306 

Adopted ^"j" 

Water certificates : authority for Issuance of certificates 

to the amount of $1,500,000. Ordinance, Passed. . .j()4 

Second Ordinance, Paised 2065 

Water certificates, water pipe extension certificates, etc., 
and interest thereon : appropriations for payment. 

See 2336 

Water Fund: Appropriations from the fund. (See un- 
der the heading "Appropriations".) 

Finance, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations annual. See 2210-11 

Automobile transferred from Dept. of rolice : appropria- 
tion for maintenance and operation. See 2211 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for transfer to the Dept. 

of Gas and Electricity. Order, Passed 1059 

Chairman of the committee : appropriations for salary. 

See 2209 

Chairman of the Committee : in the matter of the assign- 
ment of a police automobile for use of the Chairman. 
(See the notations under "Equipment" under the 
heading "Police, Department of '.) 

Flowers: payment for purchase. Order, Passed 1131 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Finance, Dept. of. (See the headings "City Comptroller", 

"City Collector" and "City Treasurer".) 
Fine Arts Building. (See under "South Park Commissioners" 

under the heading "Parks and boulevards".) 
Fine, Edward E. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. 91S 

Passed ^^^' 

Fine, Harry : Claim. Order, Passed 9>:*3 

Finkel, Max : Sign. Order, Passed ^27 

Reconsidered and Filed • 1074 

Second Order, Passed 1039 

Finkelstein, Harry: Driveway. Order, Passed 2505 

Finn, Nicholas R. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Finnegan, Philip J. : Appropriation for payment of claim. 

See 2239 

Ftnucane, William S. : Resignation as a member of the 

Board of Local Improvements. Noted 108-9 

Fire alarm boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, 
Department of".) 
Fire Alarm and Police Telegraph Systems, Bureau of. (See 

the heading "Gas and Electricity, Department of".) 
Fire alarm system. City. (See under the heading "Gas and 
Electricity, Department of".) 

Pire Department: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2244-8, 2314 

(Journal corrected, pp. 2369-70.) 
Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Fe*oed 2376-7 

Certain Items, Amended 2528-9 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, ^ee "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 



Fire Department; 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : 

Appropriations for construction work. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Fire Department, noted 
above.) 

Fire stations : new construction work, remodeling, 
repairs, etc. (See the notations under "Fire sta- 
tions", below.) 
Employes : 

Assistant Fire Marshal : autliority for employment. 

Order, Passed 593-4 

Attorney for the department : aperopriation for sal- 
ary. (See the appropriations for the Depart- 
ment of Law.) 

Captains : direction for the creation of the positions 
of senior captains and junior captains in lieu of 
captains and lieutenants. Resolution (referred 
June 29, 1922, p. 863), Filed 703 

Captains : in the matter of increases in salaries. 
Come, from the Captains' Club of the Chicago 
Fire Dept. (referred Dec. 29, 1920, p. 1432). 
Filed 370-1 

Clerk (junior) : authority for employment in lieu of 

a junior stenographer. Ordinance, Passed. .. .lUi 

Clerks (junior) : authority for employment. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1!)99-2000 

Compensation (additional) for meritorious services. 
(See "Meritorious services", below.) 

Fire Commissioner : in the matter of removal from 
olBce. (See the notations under "Investigation, 
etc.", below.) 

Fire prevention inspectors : requirement for appoint- 
ment of lieutenants selected from civil service 
lists to the position. Resolution, Adopted. .. .1882 

Ordinance, to Schools 1882 

Passed 2054 

Vetoed and to Schools 2058 

Firemen (below the rank of assistant fire marshal) : 
direction for increases in salaries of $280.00 per 
annum. Order (referred June 29, 1922, pp. 
874-5), Filed 703 

Firemen (below the rank of battalion chief) : in the 
matter of increases in salaries of $500 per an- 
num. Come, from the Firemen's Assn. of Chi- 
cago (referred Dec. 8, 1920, p. 1204), Filed 370-1 

Firemen : protest against proposed increases in salary 

rates. Come. (J. Miller), to Finance 1888 

Firemen : request for increases in salary rates. 
Resolution (referred Dec. 1, 1920, p. 1194), 

Filed '. 370-1 

Resolution (Firemen's Assn. of Chicago), 

to Finan<:e 1129 

Come, and Resolution (Chicago Federation 

of Labor), to Finance 1560 

Petition (Firemen's Assn. of Chicago), to 
Finance 1866 

Firemen (third class) : in the matter of the elimina- 
tion of the class. Come, from the Firemen's 
Assn. of Chicago (referred Dec. 8, 1920, p. 1204), 
Filed 370-1 

Harrison (Carter H.) Medal. (For data, if any, see 
below.) 

Honorable mention to members of the department. 
(For data, if any, see "Honorable mention", 
below".) 

Hostlers : designation as "firemen", with correspond- 
ing rank and salary. Ordinance (referred 
Dee. 28, 1921, p. 1546), Filed 702 

Injured firemen and policemen : payment of medical 

and hospital expenses. Order, Passed 1839 

Investigation of charges of alleged irregularities, etc., 
on the part of certain members. Resolution 

(requesting removal from office of .John P. Cul- 
lerton and all members alleged to have contrib- 
uted to factionalism, discord and inefficiency), 

to Special Committee 2137 

Committee appointed. See 2137 

Janitor : increase in salary rate. Ordinance, Passed 

1137-8 

Laborer: authority for employment. Order, Passed 

. 1063 

Lambert Tree Medal. (For data, if any, see below.) 



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rire Department: 
Employes : 

Lieutenant : abolition of the position and merging of 

the rank with that of captain. Order, to 

Finance 1474 

Machinists : authority for employment. Ordinance, 

Passed 1261-2 

Members of the uniformed rank : in the matter of a 

salary increase. Resolution, to Finance 552 

Meritorious services rendered by employes : provision 

for additional compensation for such services. 

Resolutiot^ (referred Jan. 24, 1923, pp. 1742-3), 

Piled 703 

Office Secretary : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 412 

Overtime : authority for payment. Order, Passed 

1486-7 

Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 

"Pension funds".) 
Plasterer : authority for employment. Order, Passed 229 
Stenographers : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1835-6 

Equipment : 

Atlases, fire alarm : authority for purchase (Fred 

Wild Co.). Order, Passed .n ^031 

Atlases (Sanborn) : appropriation for Installation and 

maintenance. See 2248 

Bed sheets: authority for purchase (Carson, Pirie, 

Scott & Co. ) . Order, Passed 2089 

Breathing apparatus ("helmets") : authority for pur- 
chase (American Atmos Corp.). Order, Passed 261 

Card record system : authority for installation (Acme 

Card System Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Chairs : authority for purchase (Paxton Office Furni- 
ture and School Supply Co.). Order, Passed.lWd 

Filing equipment : authority for purchase (Acme 
Card System Co, and Library Bureau). Order, 
Passed 1490-1 

Firehoat "Conway" : authority for raising (Blair & 

Martin). Order, Passed 1408-9 

Fireboats "Michael Conway" and "Chicago" : author- 
ity for disposal as junk. Order, Passed 1133 

Firehoat "Illinois" : authority for repair (North 

Branch River Shipyard). Order, Passed 1063 

Firehoat "Medill" : authority for repair (General 

Electric Co.). Order, Passed 2195 

Firehoat "Joseph Medill" : authority for repairs 
(Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co.). Order, 
Passed ■ • H^*^ 

Firehoat "Stewart" : purchase of boiler tubes (Chi- 
cago Tube & Iron Co.). Order, Passed 125-6 

Firehoat : direction for an appropriation for an addi- 
tional boat. Order (referred Jan. 2, 1923, p. 
1626) , Filed ^^'^ 

Firehoat : request for assignment of a boat for dem- 
onstration purposes at reunion ceremonies. 
Come, from John Franklin Miller Post No. 37, 
American Legion, Michigan City, Ind. (referred 
March 31, 1923, p. 2158), Filed 1287 

Flrefoam extinguishers : request for equipment of the 
Dept. with the extinguishers. Come. (Chicago 
Master Cleaners and Dyers Assn.), to Bldgs. ...1785 
Filed 2488 

Front pieces : authority for purchase (Erpenbeck & 

Segessman). Order, Passed 2197 

Hose : loan of condemned hose to the Forest Pre- 
serve District. Order, Passed 785 

Lockers: authority for purchase (Federal Steel Fix- 
ture Co.). Order, Passed 2197 

Motor (Seagrave) : authority for purchase (Sea- 
grave Co.) . Order, Passed 1069 

Pump (sectional motor) : authority for purchase 

(Ahrens-Fox Fire Engine Co.). Order, Passed 785 

Steel : payment for purchase (The Mottramite of 

Paris, France). Order, Passed 792 

Transformer : authority for repair (M. Goldschmidt 

Co.). Order, Passed 1491 

Truck (hook and ladder) and tractor: transfer to the 

Bureau of Engineering. Order, Passed ir94-5 

Tubes (pneumatic) : relocation and rearrangement 

(Universal Tube Co.). Order, Passed 226 

Water tower: authority for purchase (Seagrave Co.). 

Amendatory Order, Passed 229 



Fire Department: 

Fire alarm system of tUe City. (See "Fire alarm and 

police telegraph syst«n" under the heading "Gas and 

Electricity, Dept. of".) 
Fire stations : 

Archer av. (No. 1931) : contract for patching roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Argyle St. (No. 1333) : lease of the premises for use 
as a fire station. (Essanay Film Mfg. Co.). 
Order, Passed 1650 1 

Ashland av. (No. 1125 N.) : contract for new roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Canalport av. (No. 1975) : installation of windows 
and request for an appropriation for the pur- 
chase of acjjacent property. Order (referred 
Feb. 7, 1923, p. 1807), Filed 3712 

Chicago av. (No. 202 E.) : contract for patching roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Chicago av. (No. 202 E.) : in the matter of an appro- 
priation for the establisment of a hand-ball court. 
Order, to Finance 1690 

Chicago av. (No. 509 W.) : contract for new roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Chicago av. (No. 1129 W.) : contract for new roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Cuyler av. (No. 2414) : contract for paving of alley 

(Schmidt Construction Co.). Order, Possed. .1302 

Dearborn st. (No. 4005 S.) : installation of steam 
heating equipment (Chicago Steam Heating Co.). 
Order, Passed 1243 

Elizabeth st. (No. 4712 S.) : contract for new roof 

(Byrne Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Emerald av. (No. 8630) : contract for patching roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Erie st. (No. 155 W.) : contract for patching roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Fairfield av. (No. 2754 N.) : contract for scraping and 
coating roof (P. Hughes Roofing C). Order, 
Passed 1078 

Foster av., at N. Kedzie av. : in the matter of the 
establishment of a station in the vicinity. Or- 
der, to Finance 1127 

To Schools 17^9 

Franklin st. (Nos. 117-19 N.) : contract for new roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Halsted and W. 35th sts. : appropriation for pur- 
chase of site and erection of building in the 
vicinity. See 2314 

Halsted st. (No. 1244 N.) : contract for new roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Halsted st. (Nos. 5721-23 S.) : contract for paving of 
alley (Schmidt Construction Co.). Order, 
Passed 1302 

Harper av. (No. 6843) : installation of heating plant 
(The Chicago Steam-Heating Co.). Older, De- 
ferred and Pm6 2467 

Irving Park boul. and N. Central av. : direction for 
an appropriation for a fire station in the vicinity. 
Orders, to Finance 1128, 1481 

Kedvale av. (No. 3042 S.) : contract for new roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Kedvale av. (3042 S. :) in the matter of the installa- 
tion of heating facilities. Order, Passed 2131 

Lincoln st. (Nos. 455-59 N.) : contract for paving of 
alley (Schmidt Construction Co.). Order, 
Passed 1302 

Loomis St. (Nos. 2867-69 S.) : contract for new roof 

(Byrne Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

One hundred fourth st. and Vincennes av. : use of 
abandoned pumping station as a fire station. 
Order, to Finance 1390 

Peoria st. (No. 11940) : contract for scraping and 
coating roof (Byrne Roofing Co.). Order, 
Passed 1070 

Rohey St. (Nos. 1623-25 N.) : contract jEor new roof 

(P. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Sebor st. (No. 720) : contract for new roof (Byrne 

Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

South Water st. (Nos. 57-61 E.) : renewal of lease of 
the premises for use as a fire station. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1650 



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75 



Fire Department: 

Fire stations : 

State St. (No. 6030 S.) : contract for new roof 

(Byrne Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Thirteenth st. (Nos. 2250-5S W.) : contract for paving 
of alloy (Schmidt Construction Co.). Order, 

Passed 1302 

Tliirty-tifth st. ( Xo. 744 W. ) : contract for patching 

roof (P. liughes Roofing Co.). Order, Parsed. 1070 

Thirty-third pi. (No. 1618 W.) : installation of 
steam heating equipment (Chicago Steam-IIeat- 

ing Co.). Order, Passed 1243 

Throop Street Bridge : contract for patching roof 

(r. Hughes Roofing Co.). Order. Passed 1070 

Twenty-second st. (No. 1156 W. ) : contract for new 

roof (Byrne Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Wells St. (Nos. 331-33 S.) : in the matter of sale of 
building and site. (See under the heading "City 
property, leases, etc.") 
WentwortU av. (No. ()345) : contract for new roof 

(Byrne Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1070 

Wood St. (No. o2.')0 S.) : contract for scraping and 
coating roof (Byrne Roofing Co.). Order, 

Passed 1070 

Insurance (municipal) for firemen. (See the notations 

under the heading "Insurance".) 
Mastic flooring: authority for installation (15. N. Bie.gler 

Mfg. Co.). Order, Passed 325 

Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading "Pen- 
sion funds".) 
Reorganization of the department. Ordinance, to 

Schools ISSO 

Repair shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Shop and field service : appropriations for maintenance. 

See 2245-U 

Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Gasoline and kerosene : purchases in quantity by the 
Business Agent. (See under the heading "Sup- 
plies, Dept. of".) 
Lumber: authority for purchase (Edward Hines Lum- 
ber Co.). Order, Passed 1409, 2141 

Sponges : authority for purchase (Greek-American 

Sponge Co.). Order, Passed 1491 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Trans- 
fers of funds".) 
Tree (Lambert) Medal. (For data, if any, see "Lambert 
Tree Medal", above.) 
Fire Department Building Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Fire Department Investigation committee : Appointment of 

members. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Fire engine houses. (See "Fire stations" under the heading 

"Fire Department".) 
Fire hose. (For sales to individuals, etc., see under the 
names of particular individuals, etc. For purchases 
by particular departments or bureaus, see under the names 
- of the particular bureaus and departments concerned.) 
Fire hydrants. (For hydrants at particular locations, see un- 
der the names of particular streets. For general data, 
if any, see under "Water system" under the heading 
"Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Fire insurance companies. (See under the heading "Insur- 
ance".) 
Fire limits. (For data, if any, see "Fire-limit areas" under 

the heading "Buildings".) 
"Fire prevention ordinance". (See under the heading "Ordi- 
nances".) 
Fire Prevention and Public Safety, Bureau of. (See the head- 
ing "Fire Department".) 
"Fire Prevention Week" (Oct. 7th to 13th, 1923) : Ob- 

servance of the week. Proclamation (Mayor), Puli. and 

Filed 837 

Fire stations. (See under the heading "Fire Department".) 
Firearms. (For data, if any, see the heading "Weapons".) 
Firemen's Assn. of Chicago : 

Request for increases in salaries of firemen below the rank 
of battalion chief, the equalization of salaries of cap- 
tains and lieutenants and engineers and assistant en- 
gineers, and the elimination of the class of "third- 
class firemen". Come, (referred Dec. 8, 1920, p. 
1204), Piled 370-1 



Firemen's Assn. of Chicago : 

Request for increases in ithe salary rates of firemen. 

Resolution, to Finance 1129 

I'etition, to Finance 1866 

Firemen's Pension Fund. (See under the heading "Pension 

funds".) 
Firemen's Pension Tax Fund. (See under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Fires : 

"Firp prevention ordinance". (See under the heading 
"Ordinances".) 

Water pipes used exclusively for fire protection purposes : 
requirement for equipment with approved indicating, 
proportional or other recording devices. Ordinance, 

Passed 028 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Water used for extinguishing fires : no charge to be made 

for such 'water. Ordin;ince, Passed 628 

Report of newspaper publication. See 836 

Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. : Sale of automobile tiies to 

the City. Order, Passed 1.531 

First Austrian Synagogue : 

Claims: Orders, Deferred and Pi(h 246:^ 

Free permits for church building. Order, to Bldgs. . . . 216 

Paused 426 

First Knglewood State Rank ; Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
First Gothsemane Evangelical Church : Free permits for 

parish house and parsonage. Order, Passed 158 

First National Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
First Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Fischer, A. : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1526 

Passed 1731 

Fischer, Cornelius : Claim. To Finance 2497 

Fischer, Herman: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 24!).S 

Fish (L.) F'urniture Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 2076 

Fisher, A. O. : Protest against a proposed appropriation for 

the Safety Commission, recommendation for the elimina- 
tion of certain other municipal commissions, and sug- 
gestion that the maximum rate of fare of taxicabs be 

reduced. Come, to Finance 1360 

Fisher, E. W. : Real estate ofiSce. Order, to Bldgs 543 

Passed 741 

Fisher, Valetta : Claim. To Finance 1684 

Kshkin, Sam : Driveways. Order, Passed 158 

Fitzgerald, Nettle : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 310 

Passed 494 

Fltzmorris, Charles C. : Resignation as Supt. of Police. 

Noted 13 

Fitzpatrick, James P.: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Fitzpatrick, Kenneth S. : Canopy (permission to Kenneth 

S. Fitzpatrick and Blair McBlroy). Order, Passed. .. . 912 

Fitzsimmons Steel and Iron Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 395 

"Flag Day" : Request for observance of the day (June 14, 

1923). Proclamation (Mayor), Pui. and Filed 438 

Flagg, Wm. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Flagmen at grade crossings of steam railroad tracks. (See 

"Flagmen" under the heading "Railroads".) 

Flanders, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 1221 

Flanigan, John J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Flax, Charles J.: Real estate office. Order, Passed 767 

Flechenstein, L. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 538 

Passed ''■^'^ 

Flelschmann Co., The : Conveyor box. Ordinance, to Lo- 
cal Ind 924 

Passed ' 1150-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 1503-4 

Flelschmann, George W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 147 

Flelschmann Yeast Co., The : Driveway. Order, Passed 929 
Fleming, B^red : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 103 

Passed 426 

Fletcher st. : 

Paving and improving, from Leclaire av. to N. Laramie 

av. Ordinance, Passed 2508 

Water service pipes, between Leclaire av. and N. Laramie 

av. Ordinance, Passed 2022 

Water supply pipe, from Elston av. to 132 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 2063 



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Fletcher st. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. 'LeClaire av. to N. Laramie 

av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from N. Long av. to N. Lockwood av. 

Ordinance, Passed 314 

Water supply pipe, from N. Long av. to 150 ft. east. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Floersch, John : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 700 

Flogaus, A. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. . . . 323 

Passed 494 

Florian, Joseph : Maintenance and occupancy of shed. 

Order, to Bldgs 1231 

Passed 2047 

Florig, P. : Claim. To Finance 2074 

Florists : 

Wholesale commission florists : repeal of license require- 
ments. Ordinance (see S?c. 17), Passed 1405-6 

Wholesale florists : repeal of license requirements. Or- 
dinance (see Sec. 16), Passed 1405-6 

--Florsheim Shoe Co., The: 

Mail chute. Ordinance, to Local Ind 154 

Passed 570-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind -. 1397 

Deferred and Pub 2473 

Vacation of alleys in Charles Seeger's Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys"'.) 

Flowers, Marie : Sign. Order, Passed 1961 

Fluck, Alfred: Drivevsray. Order, Passed 2497 

Flynn, Albert J. : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Flynn, John H. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Flynn, Lila A. : Claim. To Finance 1116 

Flynn, M. B. : L'se of roadway return as a driveway. Or- 
der, to Local Ind 391 

Passed 523 

Flynn (Mortimer B.) Coal Co.: 

Extension of contracts for furnishing coal to the City. 

Orders, Passed 1346 

Come. (C. P. W.) and Order, to Finance 1981 

Order, Passed 2190 

Sale of coal to the City. Order, Passed 1442 

Flynn, M. James : 

Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 942 

Passed 1007 

Real estate ofiice. Order, to Bldgs 403 

/ assed 654-5 

Follingstad, A. L. : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Food Inspection, Bureau of. (For data, if any, see the head- 
ing "Health, Department of".) 
Foods and food products : 

Eggs : direction for an investigation of handling and 
classification, and for submission of an ordinance 
requiring the marking of candled eggs sold in the 

City. Resolution, to Health 1240 

Markets, public. (For data, if any, see the beading 

"Markets, public".) 
Milk : request for stoppage of shipments to the City un- 
less such milk has been produced according to Health 
Dept. regulations. Come. (Chicago Federation of 

Labor) , to Health 1560 

Filed 1733 

Profiteering in foodstuffs. (For data, if any, see the 

notations under the heading "High cost of living".) 

Sugar : in the matter of regulating the supply and price. 

Resolution, Adopted 290 

Motion (directing consideration of subject-mat- 
ter by the Com. on High Costs and Public Markets), 

Carried 290 

Sugar : petitioning of the Pres. of the U. S. to take action 
to bring about a reduction in price. Resolution, 

Adopted 399-400 

Foot passageways under railroad tracks. (See the heading 
"Subways, railroad".) 

Foote, Peter : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 465 

Passed 523 

Ford Co., The: Claim. (See under the heading "Va:ughan 

Mfg. Novelty Co.") 
Ford, L. J.: Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, Passed. 1295 
Ford Motor Co. : Lease of space in S. Wabash av. Order, 

Passed 557 

Foreman National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 



Foreman Trust & Savings Bank, The: Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Forest av. : Paving and improving, from E. 99th st. to E. 

103rd St. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 99th st. 

to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading "Calumet av.") 

Forest Park, Village of : Water supply from mains of the 

City of Chicago. Come, to Finance 588 

Forest Preserve District of Cook County. (See under the 

heading "Cook County".) 
Forest Products Corp. : Lease of space at the intersection 
of Hickory av. and North Branch st. and an adjacent 

alley. See 15 

Forquer st. : Street lights. (See under the heading 

"Street lights".) 
Forsbee, Chas. A. and Harriet A. : Vacation of an alley 
in M. W. Dunne's Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 

tions of alleys".) 
Forte, Nick : Driveways. Orders, Passed .... 395, 472, 1232 
Forty-eighth pi. : Paving and improving, from Vincennes 

av. to Grand boul. Ordinance, Passed 2127 

(Journal corrected, p. 2155.) 
Forty-eighth st. : 

Sewer, from S. Halsted st. to Wallace st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Aberdeen st.") 
Water supply pipe, from S. Campbell av. to S. Rockwell 

St. Order, Parsed 248-50 

Forty-eighth Ward Improvement Club : Endorsement of re- 
quest for increases in salary rates of clerks employed by 

the City. Petition, to Finance 2105 

Forty-fifth pi. : Switch track along and across the street. 

east of S. Western av. (See under the heading "Central 

Steel & Wire Co.") 

Forty-first st. : Lease of space in the street, east of Normal 

av. (See under the heading "Bunge Brothers Coal Co.") 

Forty-fourth st. : Water supply pipe, from S. Albany av. to , 

131 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Forty-ninth st. : 

Sidewalk, from S. Michigan av. to S. State st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 536 

Sidewalk, from S. Paulina st. to S. Hermitage av. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 911 

Forty-second st. : Switch track along and across the Street, 

east of Lake Park av. (See under "Joyce-Hagan 
Coal Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Forty-second Ward Republican Club : Endorsement of re- 
quest for increases in salary rates of clerks employed 

by the City. Petition, to Finance 2105 

Forty-seventh pi. : Water supply pipe, from S. Western av. 

to 140 ft. westward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Forty-seventh st. : 

Canopy at Nos. 818-28 E. (See under the heading "Orten- 

stein, H. M.") 
Canopy at Nos. 1219-37 E. (See under the heading 

"Rosenheim, David".) 
Canopy at No. 2425 W. (See under the heading "Kobilak, 

Charles".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Kedzie av. to 300 

ft. east (n. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Sidewalk, from S. Western av. to S. California av. (s. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 910 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Forty-sixth st. : Tank (gasoline) and pump in parkway at 
No. 1543 W. (See under the heading "Baltutis, John".) 
Forty-third st. : 

Canopy at No. 411 E. (See under the heading "Kipley, 

Winnifred H.") 
Sidewalks, from Oakenwald av. to Greenwald av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 898 

Foster av. : 

End of the street at Lake Michigan : recommendation that 
the contemplated provisions for procuring access to 
the water at the location be applied in the treatment 
of stub ends of other streets. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Jetty, etc., at Lake Michigan : in the matter of construc- 
tion. Order, Passed 322 

Sidewalk, from N. Cicero av. to La Crosse av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1049-50 

Foster Engineering Co. : Sale of stop-valves to the City. 

Order, Passed ■. 1490 



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77 



Foster Music Publishers : Sign. Order (referred Feb. 21, 

1923, p. 1867), Filed 1286-7 

Foundry, municipal. (For data, if any. see "Shops, munici- 
pal" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of.) 
Fourteenth st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Resurfacing of the street, from S. Crawford av. to S. 

Keeler av. Order, to Finance 927 

Sidewalks, from S. Clinton st. to S. Halsted st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Deferred I'lao 

Sidewalks, from S. Halsted st. to Blue Island av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Dejerred 2181 

Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 
"Subways, railroad".) 
Fourteenth St. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping sta- 
tions" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Fourteenth Ward Improvement Assn. : Endorsement of re- 

quest for increases in salary rates of clerks employed by 

the City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Fourth of July. (For data, if any, see the heading "Inde- 
pendence Day".) 
Fowler. H. N. : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Fox Film I'orporation : Canopy. Order, Passed 894 

Francis, Charies R. : Resignation as Commissioner of Public 

Works. Noted 12-13 

Franciscan Sisters : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed l^S 

Francisco av. : 

Paving, from Montrose av. to Manor av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed '^^*> 

Paving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." under the 
heading "Fairfield av.") 
Shed at No. 115 N. : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, Passed ^09 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of W. 55th st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 116 ft. north of 57th st. to 

56th St. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Francisco, Ferris LeRoy : Resignation as the City's repre- 
sentative on the Board of Supervising Engineers. Noted 

1257-8 

Franco, Frank : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Frank, S. I. : Sign. Order, Pajised 1120 

Franke, M. G. : Claim. Order, Passed J57 

Frankel, M. J. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1*»0 

Passed ^^3 

Frankenstein, W. B. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1235 

Frankhauser, E. I. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Contest of election as Alderman of the 49th Ward. (See 
under "Election contests" under the heading "City 
Council".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Franklin, Ben : Occupation of sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed *'^- 

Franklln st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Loading platform, at n. w. cor. of W. Erie st. (See 

under the heading "Karsten, H. A.") 
Obstructions on sidewalk at Nos. 2-8 N. : direction for 

removal. Order, Parsed 1'*^ 

Sidewalks, from Lake st. to 50.5 ft, north (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 3^9 

Franklin Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and hanking".) 

Franzus, William : Claim. Order, Passed J>f>'' 

Frazee, Edna : Claim. To Finance 621 

Frazler, Charles E. : Resignation as President and member 

of the Civil Service Commission. Noted 13 

Frederick, C. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Frederickson, Walter: Claim. Ord?r, Passed 556-7 

Freeman, Eva : Maintenance and occupancy of basement 

flats. Order, to Bldgs 1234 

Freese (J. D.) & Sons Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 2453 



Freler, W. : Sleeping porch and addition to building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1044 

Passed 1276 

Freja, Stephen: Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. .2081 

Deferred and Pub 2481 

Frenzel Bros. Co. : Contract for the removal of ashes and 

rubbish from certain pumping stations. Order, Passed.. 1868 
Frery, Julius: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. ..1881 

Passed 2092 

Freund, Louis P. and Barbara : Vacation of part of an 

alley in Kay's Addn. to Chicago. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of alleys".) 
Friedland, Mrs. Charles : Refreshment stand. Order, 

Passed 542 

Friedman, L. : Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 381 

Filed 1286-7 

Friedman, L. A. : Maintenance of real estate office. Or- 
der, Passed 2128 

Friedman, Morris: Claim. To Finance 1682 

Friend (Alex) & Co.: Loading platform. Ordinance to 

Local Ind 1041 

Passed 1315-16 

(Journal corrected, p. 1327.) 

Acceptance and bond. See 1709 

Friend, George E. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Frigid Fluid Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1122 

Frigid Liquid Building. Maintenance of sidewalk encroach- 
ments. Order, Passed 1392 

Fritz, A. W. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub 2463 

Fritz, Gottlieb: 

Garage. Order, to Bldgs 1480 

Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 549 

Passed 742 

Froehling. George : Claim. To Finance 1470 

Front av. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Frontage consents : 

Automobile salesrooms : frontage consents required in- 
residential districts ; prohibition against erection or 
maintenance within 200 ft. of hospitals, churches or 
schools. Report of newspaper publication. See. .112-13 
[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2365-7.] 
Filling stations : elimination of the requirement for front- 
age consents. Ordinance, to Bldgs 471 

Passed 742 

Vetoed and to Bldgs 822-3 

Substitute Ordinance, to Bldgs 823 

Operation of motor buses over certain streets without 
frontage consents from property-owners abutting up- 
on such streets : direction for submission of an 
opinion as to legal status. Order, to Local Trans. 1861 

Fryberg Bros. : Sign. Order. Passed 1949 

Frysinger, Edward B. : Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs. .20Ti-i 

Filed 2168 

Fuchs, Albert: Claim. To Finance 1744 

Fuchs. George R. : Sign. Order, Passed 406 

Fudacz. Matt : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1292 

Passed 2047 

Fuhrmaii & Forster Co. : Vault. Ordinance, to Local 

Ind 92S 

Passedi 1151-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 2104 

Second Ordinance, to Local Ind 1297 

Pa.'ised 1752-3 

Fullerton av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 2516-18. (See under the heading "Rog- 
ers Theatre Co.") 
Real estate office at No. 5159 : permission for construc- 
tion. Order, to Bldgs 1396 

Passed 1899 

Repair of pavement, from N. Kedzie av. to N. Kostner 

av. Order (referred April 19, 1922, p. 45), Filed.. 702 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank (fuel oil) at Nos. 1423-27. (See under the head- 
ing "Fullerton State Bank".) 
Water meters at Nos. 1367-69 : removal. Order, to 

Finance 321 

Fullerton Avenue Pumping Station. (For data, if any, see 
under "Pumping stations" under the heading "Engineer- 
ing, Bureau of".) 



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Fullerton State Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Fuel oil tank. Order, to G. 0. & E. L 2186 

Fulton, Frank M. : Driveways. Order, Passed 913-14 

Fulton Packing Co. : Swinging beam. Ordinance, to 

Local Ind, 930 

Passed 1152-3 

Fulton St. : 

Conduit under an* across the street, west of N. Robey 
St. (See under the heading "Wolff (L.) Mfg. Co.") 
Duct (concrete) under and across the street, west of N. 
Robey st. (See under the heading "WolfC Mfg. 
Corp.") 
Filling station, at s. w. cor. of N. Oakley boul. Order 
(amending an order passed March 21, 1923), 

Passed 1696-7 

Order (referred March 7, 1923, p. 1991), Posscd.1991 
Shed at No. 1959 : permission for maintenance. Order, 

to Bldgs lt)84 

FiJed 1849 

Sidewalk, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lamon av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Deferred 1685 

Traffic, between N. Central Park av. and N. Sacramento 
av. : prohibition against use of the street by heavy 
traffic vehicles, and direction for placing of traffic 
signs at street intersections. Order, to Local Trans. 931 

Filed 1207 

Wires, pipes and conduits under, along and across the 
street, between N. Green st. and N. Peoria st. (See 
under the heading "Fulton Street W^holesale Market 
Co.") 
Fulton Street Wholesale Market Co. : Wires, pipes and con- 
duits. Ordinance, to Local Ind 930 

Punk, Prank : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Furniture and household goods : 

Movers of furniture : license fees assessed on the basis of 

each vehicle operated. Order, to Judiciary 2127 

Movers of furniture : requirement for procurement of 
Furniture Mover's licenses by public carts whose 
area exceeds 45 sq. ft. Ordinance. Passed .... 1538-9 
Report of newspaper publication. See ....1710 
Ordinance (for repeal of the ordinance), to Ju- 
diciary 2489 

Purst, Nora: Claim. Order, Deferred and Puh 2468-9 

Fyffie, Colin C. H. : Appointments. ( See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

G. 

Gadbois, Mr. : Driveways. Order, Passed 905-6 

Oaertner, William : Vacation of alleys in James Quirk 

and Others Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 

alleys".) 

Gage Farm : School for Boys. (For data, if any, see the 

heading "Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 

f:ae?; Hotel Co. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Come. (City Compt.) , to Finance 1890 

Gair (Robert) Co. : Pipe. Ordinance (running to the 

Chicago Coated Board Co.), to Local Ind 1481 

Passed 1750-2 

Amended 2078 

Acceptance and bond. See 2401 

Gaitis, Tom : Maintenance and occupancy of shed. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1233 

Passed 1367 

Galassi, John: Completion of building. Order, Passed.. 762 

Galasso, C. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Oallistel, Mary M. : Vacation of E. 101st st. and part of 

Avenue J. (See the notations under "One hundred first 
St." under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Calloy, Geo. : Vacation of part of an alley in Placerdale. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Gait, A. T. : Vacation of an alley in A. T. Gait's Edge- 
water Golf Sub. (See under the heading "Vacation of 
alleys".) 
Gamewell Fire Alarm Telegraph Co. : Sale of a fog bell 

ringer to the City. Order, Passed 649 

Gamon Meter Co. : Sale of water meters to the City. 

Order, Passed 2195 

Garages : 

Oil storage capacity in public garages : allowance to in- 
creased capacity from 550 gals, to 1,065 gals. Or- 
dinance, to G., O. & E. L 2174 



Garages : 

Public garage: direction for co-operation with the South 
Park Commissioners in the matter of the proposed 
construction of a public garage. Resolution, to 

Local Trans 1858 

Public garages : definition changed. Report of news- 
paper publication. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2365-7.] 
Stopping of vehicles emerging from garages, etc. : require- 
ment for stopping before proceeding across side- 
walks ; exceptions. Ordinance, to Local Trans 144 

Passed ^92 

Report of newspaper publication. See 676-7 

Garbage, Ashes and Rubbish Disposal Bond Fund. (For 
data. If any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 

Garbag'e and -waste: 

Ashes: in the matter of removal from buildings, etc. (See 
the notations under "Collection and removal of gar- 
bage, etc.", below.) 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Bridewell Incinerator. (See "Incineration plant" under 

the heading "House of Correction".) 
Collection and removal of garbage, ashes, street dirt, etc. : 
Appropriations (general) for the work. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Bureau of Streets.) 
Appropriation for the removal of garbage by boats 

under contract. See 2300 

Come, from the Comr. of P. W. (requesting the co- 
operation of Aldermen by notification of the 
Dept. of Streets of places in their Wards where 
filling is desired) (referred March 15, 1922, p. 

2238), Filed 371-:^ 

Order (directing removal of refuse, etc. from vacant 

lots) , Passed 390 

Ordinance (changing the schedule of percentages for 

expending appropriations for the work), Passed. 446 
Ordinance (appropriating $500,000 from the Corpo- 
rate Purposes Fund for the work) (referred 

.Tune 7, 1922, p. 294), Filed 703 

Come, from the Comr. of P. W. (explaining the 
necessity for Increased appropriations) (referred 

June 13, 1922, pp. 524-5), Filed 703 

Order (directing the allotment of 1923 appropria- 
tions by wards) (referred Dec. 6, 1922, p. 

1481) , Filed 703 

Order (directing the allotment of 1923 appropria- 
tions by Wards) (referred Dec. 27, 1922, p, 

1587), Piled 703 

Resolution (pledging $600,000 for improved trans- 
portation facilities during 1924), to Finance. ■ -lOT^ 
Order (directing a survey of 1923 expenditures for 
the purpose of appropriating the unexpended bal- 
ance for street and alley cleaning), to Finance.. Wi5 

Filed 1458 

Order (requiring removal of garbage and rubbish on 

South Water st. by property-owners), to Finance.1058 

Passed 1407-8 

Vetoed and Filed 1422 

Resolution (in the matter of payment for re- • 

moval of garbage and rubbish on South Water 

St. by property-owners). Adopted 1422 

Dealers engaged in the reclamation and salvaging of waste 
material. (See the heading "Junk dealers and 
junk".) 
Dumps for ashes, street dirt, etc. (See under the head- 
ing "Streets, Bureau of".) 
Goose Island incineration plant and loading station. 
(For data, if any. see under the heading "Waste 
Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Incinerators : pledge of $400,000 for installation of in- 
cinerators during 1924. Resolution, to Finance. .lOTZ 
Loading stations : contract for transportation of garbage 
by boat from the Oakley av. and the Chicago av. 
loading stations to the Municipal Reduction Plant 

(Christopher Mamer). Order, Passed 1530-1 

Municipal reduction plant. (See under the heading 

"Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Ninety-fifth st. incinerator. (For data, if any, see under 
the heading "Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 



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79 



G-artoagre and waste: 

Keiuoval of sai'bage. etc., from streets, alleys, buildings, 
etc. (For data, if any, see "Collection and removal 
of garbage", above.) 
Scavengers. (For <lata, if any, see the beading "Scaven- 
gers".) 
Ward appropriations (for the collection and removal of 
garbage, street sweepings, etc.). (For data, if any, 
see under "Appropriations" under the heading 
"Streets, Bureau of".) 
Waste Disposal. Bureau of. (See the heading "Waste 
Disposal, Bureau of".) 
(iarbage and Waste Disposal Building and Equipment Bond 
Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special funds, mis- 
cellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

<5arbell, Meyer and Max : Claim. To Finance UOo 

Garden City Paint & Varnish Co. : Claim. Order, 

Passed 2454 

Garden City Sand Co. : 

Sale of cement to the City. Order, Passed 353-4 

Amended 979 

Sale of mason sand to the City. Order, Passed ....21!t4-5 

Garden City Sprinkling Bureau : Water from tire hydrants. 

Orders, Parsed (ilT, 2170 

Garden Homes Community Church : I'nderground cable. 

Ordinance, to Local Ind 102(i 

Filed 1214-15 

Garfield Park State Savings Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) ' 

Ornamental clock. Order, I'assed 309 

Ordinance, Passed 398 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Garfield Park Storage Co.: Claim. Filed 145S 

Garibaldi, John G. : Maintenance of stairway. Older. 

to Local Ind 953 

Garland ct. : 

Vault and loading platform, north of E. Madison st. (See 
under the heading "Ridgecroft Real Estate Trust, 
Trustees of".) 
Vault under the street north of W. Madison st. (See 

under the heading "Michigan Avenue Syndicate Trus- 
tees".) 

Garrett, John A. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Garrett, William T. : Auto-shed. Order. Passed 621 

Garrison, Victor : Claim. Filed 1458 

Garrity, William: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Garry, Bernard D. : Claim. To Finance 1742 

(iartland, Thomas : Claim. Order. Passed 1133-4 

Gartner, Adolph : Maintenance of theater building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1059 

Garvin, John J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 914 

Passed 1007-8 

Garvy, Wm. J. : Protest against the passage of an ordi- 
nance vacating alleys in Robertson's Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Gas. (See the heading "Gas and gas appliances".) 
Gas Bureau. (See the heading "Public Service. Department 
of.) 

Gas and Electricity, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2279-85, 2317-18 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed. .. .2'6SQ-1 
Certain Items, Amended 2534 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : Appropriations for 
construction work. (See the appropriations for the 
Department of Gas and Electricity, noted above.) 

Contracts for materials, etc. : restoration of authority to 
the Commissioner to award and execute contracts in 

certain cases. Ordinance. Passed 206-7 

Reconsidered and to Finance 328 

Passed 785-8 

Report of newspaper publication. See 826 

Electric Wiring and Repair Capital Account. (For 

data, if any, see "Capital accounts" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 

Electrical Construction Capital Account. (For data, if 
any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Electricians (Supervising), Board of Examiners of. 
(See under the heading "Electric light and power".) 



Gas and Electricity, Department of: 

Employes : 

Blacksmith's helper : direction for submission of an 
ordinance authorizing employment. Order (re- 
ferred May 24, 1922, p. 243), Filed 702-3 

Clerk (junior) : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 1137-8 

Clerk (junior) : authority for employment in lieu of 

a junior stenographer. Ordinance, Passed. .1725-6 

Clerks (senior) : provision for employment in lieu of 
junior clerks. Amendments (to the Approp. 
Bill for 1923), to Finance 153, 159 

Draftsman (electrical) : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed '^'^9 

Electric construction and conduit inspectors (princi- 
pal) : authority for continuation of employment. 
Ordinance, Passed 12(51-2 

Electric construction and conduit inspectors (princi- 
pal) : continuation of payment of compensation 
for the use of personally-owni d automobiles. 
Ordinance, Passed 1201-2 

Electrical construction engineer : authority for con- 
tinuation of employment. Ordinanc?, /'assed. 1261-2 

Electrical construction engineer (assistant) : au- 
thority for continuation of employment. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1261-2 

Electrical mechanic : provision for employment of 
one additional. Amendment (to the Approp. 

Bill for 1923) , to Finance 98 

Order, Passed 483 

Inspectors (electrical) : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1137-8 

Stenographers (junior) : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1068-9 

Water boy : authority for employment. Ordinance. 

Passed 1068-9 

Equipment : 

Automobile (Cadillac) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old Cadillac in part payment. Or- 
der. Passed 1063 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase, and ex- 
change of old Ford automobiles in part payment 
(Lawder Brothers). Order, Passed 1491 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase, and ex- 
change of old Overland automobiles in part 
payment (Kravolec Motor Co.). Order, Passed. 235 

Automobiles (Ford) : transfer from the Com. on 

Finance. Order, Passed 1059 

Automobile truck : authority for purchase (Mack- 
International Motor Truck Corp.). Order, 
Passed 1487 

Ball globes : extension of contract for purchase (In- 
land Glass Co.). Order, Passed 229-30 

Amended 483 

Cable : authority for purchase (M. B. Austin Co. 

and Western Electric Co.). Order, Passed.. 488 
- Cable: authority for purchase (Commonwealth Edi- 
son Co. ) . Order, Passed 235 

Cable : authority for sale to the South Park Commrs. 

Order, Passed 1868-9 

Cable (conductor) : authority for purchase (Com- 
monwealth Edison Co.). Order, Passed 261 

Conduit : authority for purchase (Western Electric 

Co.) . Order, Passed 489 

Contracts for materials, etc. : restoration of authority 
to the Commissioner to award and execute con- 
tracts in certain cases. Ordinance, Passed. . . 206-7 

Reconsidered and to Finance 328 

Passed 785-8 

Controllers, resisters and circuit breakers : authority 
for purchase (Western Electric Co.). Order, 
Passed 2518 

Controllers and rheostats : authority for purchase 

(Western Electric Co.). Order, Passed ....561-2 

Crossing bells and units : authority for purchase 

(Bryant Zinc Co.). Order, Passed 1070-1 

Electric lamps : authority for purchase (Western 

Electric Co.). Order, Passed 686 

Electrical equipment at W. 39th st. and the I. C. 

R. R. : payment for care. Order, Passed.. .1527-8 

Electrical equipment: authority for purchase (Electric 

Storage Battery Co.). Order, Passed 196W 



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Gillespie, George B. : 

Traction litigation : repeal of an ordinance, passed May 
3, 1920, fixing rate of compensation as special coun- 
sel. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 356 

Gillespie, James: Claim. To Finance 212S 

Gillespie, Nina S. : Sign. Order, Passed 917 

Gillespie, Patrick: Claim. Order, Passed 245.5 

Gillette Lumber & Wrecking Co. : Vacation of S. Bishop 

and Laflin sts. (See the notations under "Bishop st." 

under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Gllligan, James : Alterations in building. Order, to 

'Sdgs 918 

Passed 13t;7 

Gilpin pi. : Resurfacing of the roadway, from Blue Island 

av. to S. Halsted st. Order, to Finance '. . 397 

Ginsberg, I. S. and Leo : Claim. Filed 610 

Ginsburg (B.) & Sons: Sign. Order, Passed .: 195f5 

Glabman, Maurice : Driveways. Order, Passed 30.5 

Gladys Cleaners and Dyers : Sign. Order, Passed 934 

Glass and glassware, stores, wholesale : Repeal of license 

requirements. Ordinance (see Sec. 10), Passed ....1405-B 

Glasser, M. M. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1395 

Glasser, Max M. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1742 

Gleason, Francis Patrick: Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 

Gleason, Michael J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Glen Inn Cafeteria : Alterations in building. Order, to 

^'''fi'* 1851 

Glengyle pi. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Sidewalks, from Lincoln Park to Sheridan road (both 

sides ) . Ordinance, Passed 1693 

Stairway and jetty at Lake Michigan^ recommendation 
for construction so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Glenlake av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Stairway at end of the street leading to Lake Michigan : 
recommendation for repair so as to make the waters 
of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report 
of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under 
"Lake Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Glennon & Kern : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Glenwood av. : "Through traffic street", from Ainslie st. to 

Kenilworth av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 163 

Glick, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 558 

Gloor, Ruth : Maintenance of aerial wires. Order to 

^- 0- ^ «• L 163 

Filed 528 

Glos, Jacob : CTaim. To Finance 2074 

Gluth, Charles: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 956-7 

Passed 1101 

Goble, E, R. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. . .2077 

Passed 2523-4 

Godair, Mrs. W. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 

Godefroy av. : Sidewalks, from Osceola av. to Oriole av. 

(both sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2512 

Godfrey, Charles : 

Claim. To Finance 765 

Claim. Filed 2469 

Goenenwein, R. J.: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind. ..1224 
Passed 1269 

Goergen, L. J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 159 

Passed 427 

Goes, Geo. W. and Alma W. : Vacation of an alley in M. 
W. Dunne's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Golan, L. E. : Sign. Order, Passed 2O8O 

Goldberg, J. : Order, to Bldgs 157 

^^^e<i ....'.'.'.'.'.'.] .1379 

Goldberg, M. L. : Sign. Order, Passed 1222 



Goldblatt Brothers : Canopy. Order, Passed 156 

Golden, J.: Sign. Order, Passed 2082 

Golden, Mary : Claim. To Finance ..20l'i 

Goldman, E. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed ill 

Goldman, M. : Claim. To Finance . 1863 

Goldman & Rosenfield : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Goldman, William : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs '. ... 926 

Passed lioi 

Goldschmidt (M.) & Co. : 

Motor : repair for the City. Order, Passed 1582 

Pump and base, motor and starter : sale to the City. 

Order, Passed qqq 

Transformer: repair for the City. Order, Passed I4yi 

Goldstein, Charles : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Come. (City Compt.), to Finance 1890 

Goldstein Furniture Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1736 

Goldstein, Isadore : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 472 

Filed 1458 

Second Order, to Finance 1858 

Goldstein, Joseph : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1395 

Vacation of part of an alley in Bradwell's Addn. to Chi- 
cago. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Goldstein, Mr. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

^"*»''' 217S 

Deferred and Pub 2481 

Golgotha German Lutheran Evangelical Church : Free per- 
mits for erection of church buildings. Orders. Passed,. 2496 
Gollner (Phillip) Co.: Sale of castings to the City. Or- 
der, Passed iq-j 

Goltz, Ben : Cancellation of warrant for collection. Or- 
der, Passed 679-80 

Gonciarz, John : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. 313 

To Bd. of Appeals m^ 

Gooch, Loro : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 918 

Passed jqOS 

Good. Harriet L. : Vacation of alleys in Board of Trade 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Goodbody, Elizabeth M. : Claim. Order, Deferred and 

^"^ 2463 

Goode, George : Driveways. Order, Passed 925 

Goodman, Charles : Claim. To Finance 215 

Goodman st. : 

Drains, between Edmunds st. and N. Parkside av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 943 

Sidewalks, from Edmunds st. to N. Major av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 1050 

Water service pipes, between Edmunds st. and N. Park- 
side av. Ordinance, Passed 2025 

Goodman, W. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub .2468-9 

Goodman, Wm. O. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Goodpaster, E. : Sign. Order, Passed . 1296 

Goodrich, Vincent and Bradley : Collection of unpaid license 
fees and taxes from foreign Are insurance companies. 
(See under the heading "Bradley, Ralph R.") 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. : Sale of automobile tires to 

the City. Order, Passed 1531 

Goonrey, Geo. E. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Goose Island incineration plant and loading station. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Waste Disposal, 
Bureau of".) 

Gordon Baking Co. : 

Conduit. Ordinance, to Local Ind. ...... .^ 1293 

Pipe trench. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1030-1 

Passed 1316-17 

Acceptance and bond. See 1558 

Gordon, ' Harry : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Gordon, Jule : Sign. Order, Passed 2132 

Gordon, Mary : Claim. Order, Passed 412 

Gordon, Mrs. Morris M. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Gordon terrace : Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : 

recommendation for the work so as to make the waters 
of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets",) 

Gore, Herman R. : Claim, Filed 371-2 

Gore, Isadore : Sign, Order, Passed 2129 



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83 



Gorman, Al. F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as City Clerk. See 1-- 

Oath of office as City Clerk. See 5 

Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues.") 

Gorsline, \V. W. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2134 

Gorzylanezk, Stanley: Driveway. Order, Passed Ii59l> 

Goshen Shirt Mfs. Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs. ..1223 

■ Filed 2488 

Gospel Tabernacle : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance ■1'"^ 

Passed H'^^ 

Goss Printing I'ress Co., The : 

Conduit. Ordinance, to Local Ind 8:58 

Passed 1153-4 

Acceptance and bond. See 13.^7 

Driveway. Order, to Local Ind ^-** 

Passed 1154-5 

Vacation of W. 15th pi. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Gottfried Brewing Co. : 

Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Loading platform (with ramps). Ordinance (for re- 
peal of an ordinance passed Nov. 28, 191G (see Sec 

7), to Local Ind 4«2 

Passed 800-1 

Gould. E. A. : Driveway. Order, Passed. 1054 

Gouwens, John .1. : 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of E. 121st st. and an adjacent alley. (See the 
notations under "One hundred twenty-first st." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Govier. Sheldon W. : 

Appointments. (See under the lieading "Appointments".) 
Commendation of the Mayor and executive departments. 

Xoted 827 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-:h 

Govis. Peter : Claim. Filed 1458 

Goy, Dr. Michael: Appointments. (See under the heading 

••Appointments".) 
Grace English Evangelical Church : Free permit for tem- 
porary school building. Order, Passed 427 

Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church : Free permits for erec- 
tion of church building. Order, Passed 914 

Grace, Martha A. : Claim. To Finance 2174 

Grace st. : 

Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan: recommendation 

that the wall be not disturbed. (See the report of 

the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 

Michigan'' under the heading "Streets".) 

Canopy at No. 803. (See under the heading "Moser, 

Charles".) 
Drains, between 300 ft. west of Meade av. and Narra- 

gansett av. Ordinance, Passed 251'.i 

Paving and improving, from N. Narragansett av. to 299 

ft. west of N. Meade a v. Ordinance, Passed 2136 

Sidewalk, from N. Melvina av. to N. Narragansett av. 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2512 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between N. Narragansett av. and 

N. Melvina av. Ordinance, Passed 2184 

Water supply pipe, from Meade av. to N. Melvina av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from N. Mobile av. to N. Melvina av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Grade crossings over railroads. (For general data, if any, see 
"Grade crossings" under the heading "Railroads". For 

matters concerning particular railroads, see under the 
names of the respective companies, under the lieading 
"Railroads".) 
Grades of streets and alleys. (See under the heading 

"Streets".) 
Grady, Denis H. : Vacation of alleys in John P. Thompson's 
North Avenue Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 
Gradys, Steve: Addition to building. Order, Passed. . .1298 

Graefe, Paul: Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Graham & Daniel Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1394 

Graham, George : Claim. Filed 371-2 



Graham, Richey V. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading ".Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues.") 
Grain. (See the heading "Hay, straw, grain and mill-feed".) 
Grand av. : 

Filling .'Station at n. w. cor. of N. Kedvale av. (See under 

the heading "Inglesby Brothers".) 
Garage at Nos. ;l212-22 W. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs l'"'^2 

Filed 2488 

Premises No. 1119 W. : claim of owner. Order, Passed 595 

Sidewalks, from N. Kedzie a v. to N. Spauldlng av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 938 

Sidewalk, from N. Narragansett av. to N. Natchez av^ 

(s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Posscd. .. .'-'008-9 

Sidewalk, from N. Neva a v. to N. Harlem av. (s. w. 

side), etc. (sy.stem). Ordinance, Passed 1045 

Stone quarry in the vicinity of N. Western av. : revoca- 
tion of blasting permits. Petition (referred Oct. 

18, 1922, p. 11.34), Filed 289 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at No, 943 W. : removal. Order, Passed . . 596 
Water meter at Nos. 1401-03 W. : removal. Amenda- 
tory Order, Passed -^ 1'**' 

Grand Avenue Congregational Church : 

Free permits for addition to building. Order, Passed.. "635 

Free permits fOr erection of building. Order, Passed. . 312 

Grand Foundry Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 757 

Grand Laundry Co. : Driveway. Order, Pa.ssed 895 

Grand Ledge Clay Products Co. : Sale of clay conduit to 

the City. Order, Passed ■*^'^ 

Granville av. : 

Stairway and jetty at Lake Michigan : recommendation for 
construction so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. Western av. 

orders, Possrd 5Si)-Q0. 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from N. California av. to N. Richmond 

St. Orders, 1-asscd 589-90. 850-3 

Granville Hand Laundry : Issuance of a laundry license. 

Order, Passed f^' 

Granzow, Frank : Sign. Order, Passed 1297 

Grasscmack, Grovier . Driveway. Order, Passed j'i'2 

Gray, John Wesley : Claim. Filed '■i'<'i--- 

Gray, M. I. : Lease of space in alley. Application, to 

Local Ind "V^f 

Gray, W. E. : Claim. To Finance 1*5«9 

Grazanis, Louis: Shed. Ovder, to Bldgs 1123 

Filed ^''^ 

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co., The : Switch track. (See 

under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Co. : 

Repair of the fireboat ••Joseph Medill". Order, Passed. 1139 

Repair of a tug for the City. Order, Passed 2198-9 

Great Western Smelting and Refining Co. : Driveway. 

Order, Passed ^^^ 

Greater Chicago Federation : 

Motorbus transportation : recommendations in the mat- 
ter. Come, (referred Dec. 20, 1922, pp. 1494-5), 
Filed 611-12 

Signal devices on automobiles : in the matter of the avoid- 
ance of unnecessary noises. Resolution (referred 

Dec. 20, 1922, p. 1495), Filed • 751 

Greek-American Sponge Co. : Sale of sponges to the City. 

Order, Passed 14l91 

Green, A.: Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed 1393 

Green Bay av. : Switch track across the street, north of 

E. 132nd St. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 

under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Green, Green & Green Co. : Cancellation of warrant for 

collection. Order, Passed 679-80 

Green, Rev. J. F. : Claim. To Finance 2497 

Green, Richard: Claim. To Finance 2013 

Green st. : 

Canopy at n. e. cor. of W. 63rd st. (See under the 

heading "Fish (L.) Furniture Co.") 
Canopy at Nos. 12-30. (See under the heading "Cooke 
(Geo. J.) Co.") 



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Green st. : 

Loading platform, at s. w. cor. of Wayman st. (See un- 
der the heading "Agar Provision Co.") 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 79th st. to W. 

83rd St. Order, to Finance 303 

Swinging beam over the sidewalk at No. 309 N. (See 

under the heading "Fulton Packing Co.") 
Wire, pipes and conduits under and across the street, at 
Fulton St. (See under the heading "Fulton Street 
Wholesale Market Co.") 

Greenberg, Charles : Sign. Order, Passed 937 

Greenebaum, Edgar N. : Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 
Greenebaum Sons Bank & Trust Co. : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 

and banking".) 
Vacation of S. Bishop and Laflin sts. (See the notations 
under "Bishop st." under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Greenhn, Albert Co.: Claim. To Finance 1383 

Greenleaf av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Cora, on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
. Water supply pipe, from N. Sacramento av. to N. Fran- 
cisco av. Ordinance, Passed 960 

Greenslade, J. E. : Construction of building. (See under 

the heading "Edwards, C. W.") 
Greenstein, Adolph. (See the heading "Groenstein, Adolph".) 
Greenview av. : 

Billboard at n. w. cor. of Montrose av. : removal. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1866 

Filling station, at n. e. cor. of Clybourn av. (See under 

the heading "Alpert, Samuel W.") 
Repair of pavement at Waveland av. Order, Passed.. 779 
Traffic light at the intersection of Addison st. : direction 

for installation. Order, Passed 221-2 

Greenwald Brothers: Claim. Order, Deferred and Pttb.. 2464 

Greenwald (C.) & Co.: Compromise settlement of warrant 

for collection. Come. (City Comp.), to Finance 1890 

Greenwald, Jacob: Sign. Order, Passed 908-9 

Greenwood av. : Switch track across the street, south of E. 

79th St. (See under "Marrettich, Abe" under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 

Greenwood, R. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1687 

Greif, J. L. : Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs.. .1241 

Passed 1367-8 

Grennan Cake Corporation : 

Canopy. Order, to Local Ind 2019 

Passed i 2147 

Driveways. Order, Passed 1297 

Grentzner, Michael : Acquisition, by the City, of rights to 
certain lands on the shore of Lake Calumet. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 231-2 

Griffenhagen & Associates, Ltd. : 

Payment for preparatory work on the 1924 Appropria- 
tion Bill. Order, Passed 877 

Survey of activities of the Department of Public Works. 

Orders, Passed 416, 794 

Griffis, Lieut. Corliss Hooven : Endorsement of efforts to 
effect the release of the lieutenant from prison in Ger- 
many. Resolution, Adopted 1680-1 

Griffith Natatorium. (See under "Swimming pools, munici- 
pal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Grimes (James E.) Oo. : Leasing of retreading machines to 

the City. Order, Passed 1067 

Grimshaw, Walter: Driveways. Order, Passed !!2138 

Griswold, Rosalie B. : leading platforms. Ordinance, 

to Local Ind 2495 

Groenstein, Adolph : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

•^'<^fi'« '• .1297 

Passed 1368 

Grogan Bros. : Driveway. Order, Passed 542 

Groll, George : Claim. Order, Passed . , , 412 

Grossman, D. P.: Sign. Order, Passed !l959 

Grossman, H. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1926 

Grossman (Samuel) vs. City of Chicago et al. : Settlement 

of the suit (bill to compel accounting of "Pageant of 
Progress"). Come. (City Comp), Pul. and to 

Finance 1890 2 

Ordinance, Passed , 2140 



Grove, Dr. B. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Groveland av. : Canopy, steps, etc., north of E. 29th st. 
(See under the heading "Reese (Michael) Hospital of 
Chicago".) 
Groves, James: Claims. Ordinances, Possed. .1350-1, 1445-6 

Gruenes Bros. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Grundeis, Alfred H. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1396 

Passed i699, 1700 

Grunwald, William: Claim. Order, Deferred and P«6..2469 

Grygiel, Walter: Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Gslvettner, Fred : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 629 

Guarantee Iron and Steel Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1233 

Guarantee Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago : Deposits 

of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and 
banking".) 

Gubiner, I. : Claim. To Finance 2505 

Guenthner, Fred J. : 

Maintenance of garage. Order, to Bldgs 1298 

Passed 1368 

Removal and alteration of building. Order, to Bldgs.. 633 

Passed iseg 

Guernsey, Guy : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Guggenheim Bros. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Gulbransen-Dickinson Co. : Claim. Order, Passed .... 412 

Gullickson, Ole : Vacation of an alley in Young Trustee's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Guma, Stanley: Drinking fountain. Order, Passed. .. .2193 

Gumbinsky Brothers : Loading platform. Order, to 

Local Ind 2177 

Filed 2478 

Gumbinsky, Oscar: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Gunderman, Fred: Claim. To Finance 2173 

Gundersen, Clarence : Claim. Filed 1458 

Gundestrup, Grace : Sign. Order, Passed 159 

Gunner, James : Claim. Order, Passed 1140-1 

Gurwitz, S. : Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 

Gustaf son, Oscar : Driveway. Order, Passed 2138 

Guttman Store Fixture Co.: Signs. Order, Passed 894 

Guyon, J. Louis : Canopy. Order, Passed 934 

Gypsyland Cafe : Canopy. Order, Passed 1469 

H. 

H. D. E. Social Club : Endorsement of request for in- 
creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Petition, to Finance 2105 

Habeas corpus writs served on the Department of Police. 
(See under the heading "Crimes and criminals".) 

Haber Die & Stamping Co. : Claim. To Finance 641 

Haber, William : Sign. Order, Passed 381 

Habitual criminals: reports of arrests and prosecutions. (See 

under the heading "Crimes and criminals".) 
Hacht, Nathan : Driveways. (See under the heading 
"Hackmeyer, Joseph".) 

Hack, J. P. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 393 

Hackel, V. A. : Driveways. Order, Passed 2074 

Hacker, Rubin : Real estate office. Order, to Bldgs 936 

Passed 1101-2 

Hackmeyer, Joseph : Driveways (permission to Joseph 

Hackmeyer and Nathan Hacht). Order, Pa^ssed 1037 

Haddon av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Western av. (See 
"Paving and improving, from W. North av. to W. 
Chicago av." under "Widening, etc." under the head- 
ing "Western av.") 
Sidewalk line established, between N. Kedzie av. and 
western terminus (s. side). Ordinance, to Local 

Ind 938 

Passed 1208-9 

Sidewalks, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lamon av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2181 

Haegele Ice Co., The : Loading platform. Ordinance, 

to Local Ind 1235 

Piled 1662 

Haferkamp, Henry : Driveway. Order, Passed 406 

Haffner, Robert: Claim. To Finance 2173 

Hager, August : Claim. To Finance 1854 

Hagerty, Patrick H. : Claim. To Finance 1737 

Haimowitz, Samuel M. : Claim. To Finance 2083 



1923-24 



INDEX 



85 



Haines (K. H.) Distributing Co.: Slied. Order, to 

BUU7S 402 

Haines st. : Lease of space at the intersection of Iliclvory 

av. (See under the heading "Forest Products Corp.") 

Hajiceiv, Charles J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs.. 2131 

Filed 2488 

Hajieeli, Dr. John E. : 

Claim. To Finance 305 

Payment for professional services at the Flouse of Cor- 
rection. Order, Passed 1134 

Hajicelc. Frank G. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Hajiceli, Mr. -: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Halberstadt, D. E. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1401 

Hale av. : Sewer, from 280 ft. north of W. 115th st. to 
700 ft. south of W. 111th st. (w. side). Ordinance, 
Passed C-^'O 

Hale, Major Gen. Harry C. : Commendation of the City 
Council for allowing City employes two extra weelcs va- 
cation to attend the Camp Custer Training Camp. 
Come. Filed 837 

Haley. E. .T. : Driveway. Order. Passed 1229 

Hallam. Wirt W. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Hallderson Co.: Sign. Order, to Bldgs 1056 

Filed 2488 

Haller. General Joseph : Visit to the City of Chicago. 
Resolution (directing appointment of a reception com- 
mittee), Adopted 1028-9 

Committee appointed. See 1029 

Addresses to the City Council, Notc^ 1075-6 

Haller. Max: Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Halley. Wm. P. J. : Rescinding of an order authorizing 
payment for services as traffic expert in the "boulevard 
connecting linlj" case. Order, Passed 483 

Halllgan Pipe & Supply Co. : Sale of steel poles to the 

City. Order, Passed 1748 

Halls. (See under the heading "Buildings".) 

Halsted st. : 

Building at Nos. 6618-26 S. : permission for erection and 

occupancy. Order, Passed 302 

Building at Xos. 7208-12 S. : construction of addition. 

Order, to Bldgs 207 

Passed 427-8 

Canopy at No. 320 S. (See under the heading "Brown 
(Daisy H.) Estate".) 

Canopy at No. 1348 S. (See under the heading "Solo- 
vitzlg, Sarah".) 

Canopy at Nos. 6219-21 S. (See under the heading "En- 
glestein, Harry M. and Louis".) 

Canopy at No. 7938 S. (See under the heading "Cos- 
mopolitan Securities Co.") 

€anopy at Nos. 7941-47. (See under the heading "Na- 
tional Theatres Corp.") 

-"Parliing" of vehicles prohibited in front of Nos. 6221 

S. and 6230 S. Ordinance, Passed 1856 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

■*'Parl£ing" of vehicles prohibited between N. Clark st. 
and alley south thereof and from Waveland av. to 

Bradley pi. (e. side). Ordinance, Passed 704-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 969-70 

Premises Nos. 7016-20 S. : claim of owner. To 

Finance 2075 

Premises Nos. 7016-20 S. : free permit for tapping of 

water supply pipe. Order, Passed 149 

■Refreshment stand at W. 63rd st. : permission for main- 
tenance. Order, Passed 542 

Sewer, from W. 115th st. to W. 117th pi., etc. Ordi- 
nance, Passed • 295 

"Sidewalk, from W. Adams st. to W. Jackson boul. (e. 

side). Ordinance, Passed 214 

Sidewalk, from W. 18th st. to Canalport av. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Deferred 2500 

Sidewalk, from Maxwell st. to W. 15th st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Deferred 2077-8 

Sidewalk, from W. Roosevelt road to W. 13th st. (e. 

side). Ordinance, Deferred 2131 

Sidewalks, from Fulton st. to W. Madison st. Ordi- 
nance, Paissed 2080 



HalstMl St. : 

Sidewalks, from W. Harrison st. to \V. Roosevelt road 

(both sides). Ordinance, Deferred 2077 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Widening of the street, from W. 79th st. to the Calumet 

River. Order, to B. L. 1 1952 

Halsted Street State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Ilnmluirg .\thletic Assn. : Endorsement of request for in- 

creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Hamilton a v. : 

Sewer, from W. 90th st. to 20 ft. north of W. 91st st. 

Ordinance, Passed 393 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water supply pipe, from W. 93rd st. to W. 95th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 767 

Water supply pipe, from W. 107th st. to 48 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Hamilton State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 

der the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Hamlin av. : 

Sewer, from W. ."iSrd st. to 250 ft. north. (See "Sewer, 
from Sanitary District Channel to W. 32nd st., etc." 
under the heading "Lawndale av.") 

"Through traffic street", from Douglas boul. to W. 31st 

St. Ordinance, to Efflciency 1681 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to 409 ft. north. 

Order, Passed i 1562 

Widening of the street, between W. Madison st. and W. 

Washington boul. Order, to B. L. 1 1959 

Hammer, J. J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1044 

Hammerstone, G. : Sign. Order, Passed 2510 

Hammonds, Mrs. W. L. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Hnmrock. Martin : Claim. Filed 371-2 

llanos, George H. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Haney & Haney : Sign. Order, Passed 957 

Hanlsch (R.) Sons Co. : Contract for hanging awnings in 

the City Hall Building. Order, Passed 260 

Hanke Iron & Wire Works : Sail of stair railing to the 

City. Order, Passed 1967 

Hanley. G. P.: Sign. Orders, Passed 931, 1041 

Hannah, James A.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1232 

Hannan, Katherine : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Hanover and Herzberg : Driveway. Order, Passed ....2025 

Hanrahan. John : Claim. Filed 1458 

Hansell-Elcock Co. : Archer av. bridge : sale of structural 

steel to the City. Order, Passed 1999 

Hansen Bros.: Driveway. Orders, Passed 937, 1236 

Hansen, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 757 

Hansen, J. C. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 

Hansen, J. E. : Driveway. Order, Passed 535 

Hansen, Jeppe C. : Vacation of alleys In Humboldt Park 

Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Vacations of 

alleys".) 
Hansen. N. P. : Maintenance of frame dormer. Order, 

Passed 1474 

Hansen, R. R. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1129 

Hansen, Thomas E. : Claim. Order, Passed .■ 2455 

Hanson, F. W. : Claim. To Finance 1299 

Hanton, William : Driveway. Order, Passed 549 

Haraburda, Stanley : Sign. Order, Passed 1383 

Harbor av. : Switch track along and across the street, 

southwesterly of Ewing av. (See under "South Chicago 

Sash & Door Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Harbor Board : Elimination of the Board. Ordinance, 

Passed 251-2 

Harbor Construction Bond fund. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

Harbors : 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

Chicago District Harbor : appropriations for the employ- 
ment of engineers, experts, etc., in connection with 
the development of the harbor. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Committee on Harbors, Wharves and 
Bridges. . 

Docks and docking privileges. (See the heading "Docks, 
wharves, etc.") 
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Harbors: 

Lake Calumet : acquisition of rights to certain land 
owned by George, Bertha and Chester Reitz and 
Anna R. and Lillian R. Kopp. Ordinance, Passed 231 

Lake Calumet : acquisition of rights to certain land 

owned by Michael Grentzner. Ordinance, Passed. .231-2 
Lake Calumet : appropriation for the dredging of a chan- 
nel in the harbor basin. (See the appropriations for 
the Committee on Harbors, Wharves and Bridges.) 
Lake Calumet : appropriations for the employment of en- 
gineers, experts, etc., in connection with the devel- 
opment of a harbor. (See the appropriations for the 
Committee ou Harbors, Wharves and Bridges.) 
Lake Calumet : appropriations for the payment of the 
purchase price of lands purchased for harbor pur- 
poses, etc., and for the construction and maintenance 
of the improvement. (See the appropriations for the 
Committee on Harbors, Wharves and Bridges.) 
Lake Calumet : authority for purchase of abstracts of 

title to the bed of the lake. Order, Passed. ... 1243-4 
Lake Calumet : contract for a painting of the harbor and 

vicinity (H. M. Pettit). Order, Passed 1059-60 

Lake Calumet : in the matter of the construction of a 
deep-water harbor. Come, from the Mayor (trans- 

mitting a proposal from the N. Y., C. & St. L. R. R. 
Co. in the matter of payment of construction costs 
in return for certain track and terminal privileges) , 

Pm6. and to Harbors 1329-31 

, Lake Calumet : permission to National Fire Proofing Co. 
of Chicago to dredge clay from the bottom of the 

lake. Order, Passed 2170 

Lake Calumet : request for the submission of an ordinance 
empowering The Sanitary District of Chicago to pro- 
ceed with the construction of a harbor. Resolu- 
tion (South Shore Woman's Club), to Harbors 244 

Municipal Pier. (See the heading "Municipal Pier".) 
Wharves and wharfing privileges. (See the heading 
"Docks, Wharves, etc.") 
Harbors, Bureau of. (See the heading "Rivers and Harbors, 

Bureau of".) 
Harbors, Wharves and Bridges, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2212-14, 2314 

Lake Calumet Harbor and vicinity : contract for a paint- 
ing (H. M. Pettit). Order, Passed 1059-60 

Office space in the Burnham Bldg. : lease of Room 429. 

'Order, Passed 2491 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Trans- 
fers of funds".) 
Harding av. : 

Auto-shed at No. 1542 S. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 152 

Passed 428 

Gypsies, in the vicinity of Archer av. : protest against 
the proposed location of a tribe. Come. (Archer- 

Crawford Taxpayers' Improvement Assn.), to 

Police 166-7 

Ordinance (prohibiting camping without per- 
mits), Passed .2153 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. Chicago av. to Ferdi- 
nand St. Order, to Finance 155 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Tunnel under and across the street, south of Belmont 

av. (See under the heading "Florsheim Shoe Co., 

The".) 

Water supply pipe, from 256 ft. north of W. 46th st. to 

W. 45th St. Ordinance, Passed 910 

Harding, Capt. Patrick J. : Congratulation of the Captain, 

in charge of winning division in Police Dept. Field Day 

sports (Sept. 8-9, 1923). Resolution, Adopted 1018 

Harding, George F. : Resignation as City Comptroller. 

Noted -^2 

Harding Hotel Co. : 

Sign. Order, Passed 894 

Tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind 895 

Ventilating shaft. Ordinance, to Local Ind 16 

Passed 571-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

"Harding roadw : Name for 22nd st. (See under the head- 
ing "Street nomenclature".) 

Harding, Warren G. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 



Hardinge Bros., Inc. : Maintenance of tanks. Order, to 

■^'<*»« '. . .1054 

Passed 1217 

Hardman, L. B. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Hardry, Allen : Claim. To Finance 903 

Hardware stores, wholesale: Repeal of license require- 
ments. Ordinance (see Sec. 11), Passed 1405-6 

Harlem av. : 

Dedication of certain City-owned property for the open- 
ing of the street between Riverside parkway and 
22nd St. Resolution (City Council, City of Ber- 

wyn) , to Local Ind 333 

Paving, from Talcott av. to Norwood Park av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Peck ct. to Norwood Park av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Harles, J.: Claims. Orders, Possed! 1137 

Harmoney Co., The: Vacation of alleys in Subdivision of 

S. E. %. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Harnett, Lawrence B. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Harper av. : 

Canopy at No. 5240. (See under the heading "Chan 

H. H.") 
Fire hydrant, south of B. 77th st. (e. side) : relocation. 

Order, Passed ^g^ 

Opening of the street, between E. 83rd st. and E. 83rd 

pl- Ordinance, Passed 905 

Harper H;otel Corp. : Claim. Order, Deferred and PMb.. 2469 

Harrington, John : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 632 

Harrington-Seaberg Fire Alarm Telegraph Co. : Sale of 

fire alarm boxes to the City. Order, Passea 2031 

Harris Brothers : Driveways. Order, Passed 931 

Harris Bros. Co. : Sale of portable buildings to the City. 

Order, Passed 1492 

Harris Granite Quarries Co. : Sale of paving blocks to the 

city. Order, Passed • 411 

Harris, H. : Claim. To Finance 90a 

Harris, Ralph C. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub. . . 2464 

Harris Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Harrison, Carter H. : Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 
Harrison (Carter H.) Crib. (See under "Water system" un- 
der the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Harrison (Carter H.) Medal. (For data, if any, see under 
the heading "Fire Department" or under the heading 
"Police, Department of".) 

Harrison, Sam : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Harrison st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" lyider the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
"Parking" prohibited between S. State st. and Plymouth 

ct. (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 704-5 

Report of newspaper publication. -See 969-70 

Shed at No. 4218 W. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 1042 

Passed 1270 

Harrison St. Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping sta- 
tions" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 

Hart, Charles : Claim. To Finance 1024 

Hartman, B. : Sign. Order, Passed . . 144 

Hartman Furniture and Carpet Co., The : Driveways. 

Order, Passed 1288 

Hartman, Jacob: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 381 

Passed gg-i 

Hartman, Max : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1312 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Use of alley return as a driveway. Order, Passed.... 924 

Hartmann, J. A. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1474 

Second Order, to Local Ind 1^75 

Passed 1871 

Hartsema, Jerry J. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Harvard av. : Water supply pipe, from 76th st. to 204 ft. 

south of 76th St. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Harvey & Dammeral : Driveway. Order, Passed 1233 

Harvey, H. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs 2020 

Passed 2524 

Harvey, Rev. C. O. : Free permits for erection of church 

building. Order, Passed 904 

Harvey, V. S. : Claim. To Finance 2126 



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INDEX 



87 



Ilassen, Asher : Sign. Order, Parsed 2178 

Hatterman & Glanz State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under tiie heading "Banks and banking".) 

Haugh. Martin: Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Hausher, Frank L. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Hausman, Louis G. : Resignation as a member of the 

Board of Examiners of Stationary Engineers. Noted. 833 

Havaburda, J. : Sign. Order, Passed 1223 

Havllk, Mike : Driveway. Order, Passed 025 

Hawley, Anna M. : Sign. Order, Passed 1241 

Hay, straw, grain and mill-feed : Licensing and regulation 

of retail dealers. Ordinance, Passed 1346-7 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1558 

Amendatory Ordinance (clarifying the language af- 
fecting license fees), Passed 2030 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2156 

Hayes Brothers : Relocation of sidewalk. Order, Passf(i.l023 

Hayes. Jesse: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.. .931-2 

Passed 1102 

Hayes, Katherine : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Hayes, Luke: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Hayes, Roger: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 588 

Passed 1269 

Second Order, to Local Iiid 1052 

Passed , 1094-5 

Hayes, R. L. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 95C-7 

Passed 1102 

Haymarket Square Market. (For data, if any, see Randolph 
Street Market" under the heading "Markets, public".) 

Headland, Dr. Paul: Claim. To Finance 1676-7 

Health, Board of : Creation of the Board. Ordinance, 

to Health 2401 

Health., Department of: 

Annual report for 1922. To Health 1711 

Filed 1946 

Order (authorizing printing by Severinghaus 

Printing Co. ) , Passed 230 

Appropriations (annual). See 2250-01. 2313, 2314 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed. . .2378-81 

Certain Items, Amended 2529-31 

Bathhouses, public : 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appro- 
priations for the Department of Health, noted 
above.) 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
"funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Medill (Joseph) Public Bath: direction for an ap- 
propriation for adequate bathing facilities. 

Order, to Finance 311 

Filed 704 

Operation of bathhouses : direction for an investiga- 
tion. Resolution (referred May 6, 1921, p. 

135) , to Police 9 

FUed 377-8 

South Chicago Municipal Bath : appropriation for 

erection and equipment. See 2313 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Comfort stations, public : 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Department of Health, noted 
above.) 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Chicago av., at the intersection of Milwaukee and 
Ogden aves : in the matter of the establishment 
of a station in the vicinity. Order, to Health 634 

Establishment and maintenance of five hundred sta- 
tions at transfer points and elsewhere : direction 
for an appropriation for the purpose. Order, 

to Health 1233 

Filling stations : installation of public comfort sta- 
tions in filling stations. Order (directing 

consideration), to Health 1476 

Thirty-fifth St., at S. State st. : in the matter of 
the purchase of a site for a station. Order 

(referred June 13, 1922, p. 588), Filea 703 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : Appropriations for 
construction work. (See the appropriations for the 
Department of Health, noted above.) 



Health, Department of: 

Contagious Disease Hospital, Municipal : 

Administraiion of the hospital : direction for an in- 
vestigation. Resolution, to Health 1301 

Filed 1946 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Department of Health, noted 
above.) 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Building violations existing at the hospital : reports 
in connection with a survey. (See "Survey, 
etc." under the heading "Buildings".) 
Hand railings : authority for purchase (O. E. Des- 
mond Co.). Order, Passed 2519 

Mastic flooring: autliority for installation (Thos. 

Moulding Brick Co.). Order, Passed 697-8 

Nurses (special) caring for non-resident patients: 
.charge for board and lodging. Ordinance, 

Passed 1348 

Raymond sterilizing washers : authority for repair 

(Whelco Engineering Co.). Order, Passed. . .1069 

Screens: authority for repair (Acme Metal Mfg. Co.). 

Order, Passed 11.39-40 

Watchman : increase in salary rate. Order, Passed 484 
Employes : 

Assistant Commissioners of Health : provision for ap- 
pointment of additional. Ordinance, to 

Health 2401 

Assistants (Psychopathic Laboratory) : authority 

for employment. Ordinance, Passed 1783-4 

Caretaker (bath) : increase in salary rate. Order, 

Passed 483-4 

Chief Dredging Inspector : compensation for main- 
tenance of a personally-owned automobile. 

Order, Passed 789 

Dentists : authority for employment. Ordinance, 

Passed 1307-8 

Director (Psychopathic Lattoratory) : authority for 

employment. Ordinance, Passed 1783-4 

Director of Sui-vey : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1444 

Doctor (Morals Court) : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1783-4 

Food inspectors : compensation for use of personally- 
owned automobiles. Order, Passed 1303 

Laboratory helpers : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 686 

Laborer : authority for employment in lieu of a 

janitor. Order, Passed 646 

Medical assistant : increase in salary rate. Or- 
der, Passed 646-7 

Plumbing inspector : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1242-3 

Plumbing inspectors : increase in salary rate. Or- 
der, to Finance 155 

Quarantine officers : authority for employment in lieu 

of burial permit officers. Ordinance, Passed. . 484 
Sanitary chemist (senior) : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed 230 

Sanitary engineer : authority for employment. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1444 

Statistical clerk (senior) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 484-5 

Stenographer (senior) : increase in salary rate. 

Ordinance Passed 1137-8 

Amended 1302-3 

Ventilation inspectors : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1261-2 

Water samplers : authority for employment. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1442 

Equipment : 

Ambulance: authority for purchase (The White Co.). 

Order, Passed „ 1245 

Automobile (Dodge) : authority for purchase (Dash- 

iell Motor Co.) . Order, Passed 698 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase (S. & L. 

Motor Co.). Order, Passed 1535 

Launch (motor) : appropriation for purchase and 
maintenance in connection with safeguarding 

water supply. See 2256 

Infant welfare stations : lease of certain premises for use 

as infant welfare stations. Ordinance, Passed. . .1650 



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88 



INDEX 



Health, department of : 

Iroquois Memorial Hospital : Appropriations for main- 
tenance. (See the appropriations for the Depart- 
ment of Health, noted above.) 
Isolation Hospital : 

Appropriations for maintenance. (See the appro- 
priations for the Department of Health, noted 
above.) 
Building violations existing at the hospital: reports 
in connection with a survey. (See "Survey, 
etc." under the heading "Buildings".) 
Lawndale (old contagious disease) hospital": report in 
connection with proposed sale of site to the Common- 
wealth Edison Co. Come, from the Comr of 
Health (referred March 7, 1923, p. 1930), Filed... 371-2 
Measles epidemic: authority for certain expenditures in 

connection with the epidemic. Order, Passed. . .412-1.3 

Psychopathic Laboratory : appropriations for maintenance. 
(See the appropriations for the Department of 
Health, noted above.) 
Report for the years 1919, 1920 and 1921. Filed 4 

Smallpox: authority for vaccination work in connection 

with the control of the disease. Order, Passed. 2160-1 

supplies, materials, etc. : 

Aluminum boxes : authority for purchase (Aluminum 

Goods Mfg. Co.). Order, Passed ... . 1492 

Bulletin of Nov. 3 : purchase of reprint (H. G Adair 

Printing Co.). Order, Passed 1487-S 

Frigidaire: authority for purchase (Stover Com- 
pany). Order, Passed jggg 

Meats, fruits, vegetables, etc. (for hospitals) ":' au- 
thority for purchase. Order (for May 19>>3) 

Passed ^26-7 

Order (for June, 1923), Passed .......... 264 

Order (for vacation period of the City 

Council), Passed -.gg^ 

Order (for ^Nov., 1923), Passed 1139 

Order (for Dec, 1923), Passed 1350 

Order (for Jan., 1924), Passed 1444 

Order (for Feb., 1924), Passed 1838-9 

Order (for March, 1924), Passed 1996 

Order (for April, 1924), Passed .. 2161 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Triennial report: authority for printing (Kenfield-Leach 

Co.). Order, Passed jo- 

Triennial report: additional compensation" for" prinVin- "* 
(Kenfield-Leach Co.). Order, Passed ° 739 

Triennial report : purchase of additional copies (Kenfleld 

Leach Co.). Order, Passed ^j^o « 

Weekly bulletin: authority for printing.' ' Order 

Passed 

1311 

Health Department Bond Funds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance" ) 

Health Department Building Bond Funds. (For data if any 

see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the headin-^ 

Finance".) " 

Health (Public) Committee on. (See "Public Health, Commit- 
tee on".) 

Health and Safety Commission : Protest against the pas- 
sage of a pending ordinance creating the commission. 
Come, from the Woman's City Club of Chicago (re- 
ferred Dec. 6, 1922, p. 1429), Filed 140.1 

Health & Sanitation Exposition : . Cancellation of lease for 

space on the Municipal Pier. Ordinance, Passed . . . 252-3 
Healy, Catherine M. : Claim. Order, Passed 413 

Healy Ice Co. : Conduit. Ordinance, to Local Ind 158 

Passed " 

. ^ 803-4 

Acceptance and bond. See §35 

Healy, R. A.: Sign. Order, Passed ..." 1373 

"Hearst square" : Name for the property at the n."e'. 'cor 
of W Madison st. and N. Market st. (See under the 
heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Heating plants, heating devices, etc.: Gas and oil water 

heaters (combination) : amendment of regulations gov- 
erning installations. Ordinance, to G., 0. & E L I337 
Heating requirements for buildings. (See under the heading 
Buildings .) " 
Hedlund, Alfred: Claim. Order, Passed . 413 
Hedman, John A. : Additional flat. Order, to BM^/s.. : 1382 
HeffeTan Mrs Helen M. : Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 
Hefferman, Mrs. Garrett: Claim. Filed 371.0 



1923-24 

Hegewisch Pumping Station. (For data, if any, see under 

BureTTf".r'"°"'" "°'" tl^e i^eading "Engineering, 

Hegewiseh State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking") ^ 

'^"BuMings'T' '°'" ''"''^'"^'- ^^'^ ""-i" the heading 

Heinberger, Fred A. : Claim. To Finance 1944 

Heinemann, Geo. W. : Claim. Order, Possed ... ogo 

Heinen, John : Claim. To Finance .... ,pf 

Heintz, Edward L. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed".'.'.:: i^l 

Seisin, CcV: ^°°^*^"^"°"^ °^ '^^^^^ Order, Passed. ...lot 

Lease of space in alleys. Order,' Passed . . . f5«fi 7 

iunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind... Vfisi 

Passed ^"^ 

Heiskell. Frank W. and 'B'essie':" " VacaUon'of ' alleys"in°^''"'' 
ofZiyl'T"' ^"''' ^^'' """^ ""' '"''"''"^ "Vacations 

Hejna, Carrol: Driveway. Order, Passed .. 4.. 

Helbock, J. T. : Frame-and-stucco sun parlor. O^dei-,' to 

iiidgs 

Passed 2088 

""s:;, Tvidas."^::"]. '^^' ' '^^^^^^- - ' -^--'''' 

Passed ^^^ 

""'" pTC' ""'''' '' ^'t'^^'^t'ions ■ in ■ building: ' " ' Ord^; " to ^^^ 

Piled :::::::::::::: ^f^ 

Hencel, Max : Construction' of 'bui'ldiii'gs. ^^^^ 



Claim. 



Order, to Bldgs. 540 

743 

Order, Passed 2455 



.1470 



Henderson, John J. 
Henderson st. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Central av (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from 
W. Grand av. to Lawrence av." under the headin- 
"Central av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Hendricks Charles: Driveways. (See under the heading 

Stenberg, John".) 
Henry, E. J.: Claim. To Fi 

Herchenroder, Charies : Claim. Order, Passed . 2456 

Hermann, Max: Appeal for financial aid from Mr He'r- 

Hermione Av. : Water supply pipe, from"3o'6 'ft. ' west"of^''^ 
Milwaukee av. to N. Nagle av. Order. Passed . . . 850-3 

Hermitage av. : °" "^ 

Closing Of the street to traffic, between Haddon av. and 

Emily St. Order, Passed .... 634 

Paving and improving, from W. 80th st. to 'vv;'83rd'st 

(See "Paving and improving, from W. 80th st to W 

83rd St., etc." under the heading "Marshfield av.") 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Water metor at No. 6737 S. : removal. Orders to 

r^J""""'' ■■: 302, 1036, 1294 

Water service pipes, from W. 80th st. to W. 83rd st etc 

(system). Ordinance, Passed ' '1389 

Water supply pipe, from W. 90th st. to 48 ft. sauthward 

Order, Passed 248 50 

Herndon St.: Sidewalk, from Barry av. to 'w'eil'ingion ' av 

(e. side). Ordinance, Deferred .. 9514 

Herrick, Marguerite : Claim. To Finance ..'!!!!!! 2157 

Herriing, R. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 643 

Herrmann, George : Driveway. Order, Passed .... 308 

Herrmann, O. W. : Claim. Filed '."l45S 

Hervey st. : Repair of the pavement, from N. Wood st ' to 

N. Robey st. Order, to Finance 1943 

Herweg, A. J. : Driveway. Order, Passed !..!.!!! 1396 

Hess, F. P. : Driveways. Order, Passed i2-->5 

Hessler, Roy E. : Claim. Order, Possed '.'. ... 556"7 

Hetzel, L. G. : Driveway. Order, Passed ' 474 

Hiam, George : Claim. Order, Passed .516-17 

Hiawatha av. : Sewer, from Le Mai av. to Loleta av. (See 

"Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under 
the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Hickey, Frank B. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 916 

Passed 

Hickory av. : 

Lease of space, at the intersection of Haines st. (See 

under the heading "Forest Products Corp.") 
Switch tracks across the street, south of Rees st. (See 
under the heading "Eldridge Coal & Coke Co.") 



.1008 



1923-24 



INDEX 



89 



Hicks, E. H. : Auto-slied. Order, Passed 'M'^i 

nield, George C. : Claim. Order, Passed 9S:! 

Higglns, John F. : I'ayment for priuting the 1923 Appro- 
priation Bill. Order, Passed 230 

High Costs and Public Mnriiets, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the beading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 221b 

Highlands Company : Claim. To Finance 1470 

Higley, W. F. : Addition to garage. Order, to Bldgs. . . . 553 

Passed 743 

HUdebrandt Coal Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed !>.")(J 

Hill State Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See under tbe 

heading "Banks and banking".) 
Hill St. : Scale in the roadway, adjoining premises located 
at No. 1101 N. Franklin st. (See under the heading 
"Bowman Dairy Co.") 
Hillock av. : Switch track (elevated) across the street, west 
of Quarry St. (See under "Chicago & Alton U. It. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
HUls-McCanna Co. : Lease of space In Mendell st. Appli- 
cation, to Local Ind 1978 

ninderson, Elizabeth: Claim. Order, Passed 24.")4 

Hines (Edward) Lumber Co. : 

Sale of lumber to the City. Orders. Passed . . . .1409, 2141 

Extension of contract for the sale of lumber to the City. 

Order, Parsed 1441-2 

Payment of reserve on contract for the sale of lumber to 

the City. Order, Passed 19t>.") 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of S. Wood st. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Hirsch, Leo: Sign (clock). Order, Passed 9o2 

Hirsch st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Central av. to in. 

Austin av. Order, Passed 248-50 

Hirtenstein, Kate : Endorsement of The City-Wide I'lay 

Festival. Come, Pub 330 

Motion (endorsing the festival). Carried 330 

Hiskess, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 4159 

Hitch, W. A. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2137 

Hlubuehek, F. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. .1858 

Parsed 2047 

Hoelzer, B. : Sign. Order, Passed 1045 

Hoerger, John R. : Claim. Order. Passed 550-7 

Hofer, V. : Claim. To Finance 1071 

Hoff, Joseph W. : Claim. Order, Passed 245(3 

Hoffing, Isaac: Driveways. (See under the heading "Minch, 

Morris".) 
Hoffman, A. : Maintenance of windows, alcoves and bed- 
rooms. Order, to Bldgs 1039 

Passed 1309 

Hoffman, Jacob : Maintenance of building. Order, Passed '60'-^ 
Hoffman, William : Auto-shed and office building. Or- 
ders, to Bldgs 210 

Passed 428 

Hofinger, Geo. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1(;9l' 

Hogan, T. A.: Claim. Order, Deferred and Pui 2404 

Hogan, Timothy A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Contest of election as Alderman of the 11th Ward. (See 
under "Election contests" under the heading "City 
Council".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Hogans, Henry: Filling station. (See under the heading 
"Buckley, R. Leo".) 

Hohman, C. G. : Sign. Order, Passed 221 

Hohmeier (Chas. A.) Lumber Co.: Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1483 

Hojnacki, Sylvester H. and Adele : Vacation of part of an 

alley in Subdivision of the north 16-2/3 acres, etc. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Holidays. (For particular holidays, see under the names of 
particular days. See also under the heading "City em- 
ployes", and under "City Hall" under the heading "City 
Hall, Bureau of".) 

Holland av. : Subway under railroad tracks. (See under 

the heading "Suhways, railroads".) 
Holland Coal Co. : Extension of contract for furnishing 

coal to the City. Order, Passed 1340 

Holland, Orville B. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Hollander Express & Van Co.: Claim. To Finance 1803 



Hollywood av. : Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : 

recommendation for the work so as to make the waters 
of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Holmes, Mrs. Marshall F. : Addition to building. Order, 

Passed ' g^^ 

Holmgren, Anna F. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Holmquist Swanson Co., The : Driveway. Order, Passed 935 

Holmur Tea Room : Sign. Order, Passed 378 

Holpin, Victor : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 905 

•''"*•*■*''' 1008-9 

Holsman Co. : Sign. Order, Passed l'125 

Hoist, II. N. : Claim (presented as chum of H. N. Hoist 

and Christ Perksen). To Finance 903 

Holt av. : Street railway matters. (See under the head- 

ing "Street railways".) 

Holt, Marx : Auto shed. Order, to Bldgs 2134 

Deferred and Pub 2481-2 

Holt Mfg. Co. : Sale of tractors to the City. Order, 

Passed 'iao7 

Holton, Harry I.: Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 

Helton Seelye & Co.: Driveways. Orders, Passed. .5-i7, 1691 

Holup, Anton : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, to Bldgs n^l 

Passed 2149-.10 

Holy Innocents' Roman Catholic Church : Frei> permits for 

erection of convent building. Order, Passed 935 

Homan a v. : 

Advertising board at s. w. cor. of W. 63rd st. : direction 

for removal. Order, Passed 1281 

Closing of the street to traffic, from W. 64th pi. to W. 

05th St. Order, Passed 388 

Paving, from W. Harrison st. to Flournoy st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 772 

Sheds at No. 2449 S. : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldgs. loay 

Filed 1286 

Water supply pipe, from W. 57th st. to W. 59th st. 

Order, Parsed ogy 

Home av. : 

Roadway width established, from N. Robey st. to Ridge 

av. Ordinance, Passed 408 

Sidewalks, from Murphy av. to N. Robey st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1055-6 

Home Bank & Trust Co. : 

Claim. Order, Passed . , 1137 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Home of Destitute Crippled Children: Appropriations (an- 
nual) for maintenance. See 2264 

"Home rule" for Chicago over local public utilities. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Public utilities".) 

Homes for the Aged : Recommendation that the use of 

two-story frame buildings for home purposes be forbidden. 
(See the report of tbe Chief of F. P. and P. S., noted on 
pages 1552-7.) 

Homewood av. : Water meter at No. 11011 : removal. 

Order, to Finance 150 

Hong, Toy: Canopy. (See under the heading "Joy, Don".) 

Honomichl, August : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Honore st. : Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 47th st. 

to W. 49th St. Order, to Finance 624 

Hood, Anna : Sign. Order, Passed 1880 

Hood av. : 

Drains, between N. Harlem av. and Oconto av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 220 

Paving, from Northcott av. to Oconto av. (See "Paving. 

from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under the 

heading "Myrtle av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers in N. Neva av., N. 

Harlem av. and Northcott av. (See the notations 

• under "Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., 

etc." under the heading "Myrtle av.") 

Water supply pipe, from Northcott av. to Oconto av. 

Order, Passed 2405 

Hooker Electrochemical Co. : Sale of chlorine to the City. 

Order, Passed 1485-6 

Hopkins Baking Co. : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 079-80 

Horak, Frank J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 



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1923-24 



Horan, Albert J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments"'.) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Horan, Dennis A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Horan, Miss F. G. : Appeal for assistance in enforcing her 
civil service rights, etc. Come, (referred Dec. 6, 1922, 

p. 1429), Filed 703 

Come, to Schools 1174 

Horine, R. C. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 543 

Horner, M. A. : Sign. Order, Passed 316 

Horween Leather Co. : 

Lease of space in Mendell st. Application, to Local 

Ind 1978 

Pipes. Ordinance, to Local Ind 2133 

Horwitz, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 2514 

Hoskins (Thomas T.) Co. : Repair of automobiles for the 

City. Orders, Passed 416, 2032-3, 2452 

Hospitals : 

(For particular hospitals see under the names of the 
respective hospitals.) 
Automobile salesrooms : prohibition against erection or 
maintenance -within 200 ft. of hospitals. Report -of 

newspaper publication. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2365-7.] 
Closing of hospitals for violations of City ordinances : 
direction to withhold proposed closings pending an 

investigation. Order, to Bldgs 167i 

Parks, playgrounds and bathing beaches : direction for 
submission of an ordinance prohibiting the erection 
of hospitals within 400 ft. of parks, etc. Order, to 

Bldgs 140 

Two-story frame buildings : recommendation that use of 
such buildings for hospital purposes be forbidden. 
(See the report of the Chief of F. P. and P. S., noted 
on pages 1552-7.) 
Vehicles (heavy-traffic) : in the matter of prohibiting such 
• vehicles from using streets in the immediate vicinity 
of hospitals. Order (referred Nov. 29, 1922, p. 

1407) , Filed 12«8 

X-Ray films : in the matter of an existing fire hazard 
through use of nitrocellulose sheet films. (See the 
report of the Chief of F. P. and P. S., noted on pages 
1552-7.) 

Hosty, Tim : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2013 

Hotel Melbourne: Claim. Order, Passed 1488 

Hotel Planters Co. : Maintenance of stairway areas and 

risers in sidewalk space. Order, to Local Ind 2013 

Passed 2147 

Hotel Sherman Co. : 

Bridge (covered passageway) and tunnel. Ordinance, 

to Local Ind 2402 

Canopy. Order, Passed 2073 

Hotels, etc. : 

Lodging House, Municipal : request for opening for the 
accommodation of the une'mployed and destitute. 
Come, from the Liberal League (referred Oct. 18, 

1922, p. 1060) , Filed 703 

Restaurants and dining-rooms operated by hotels. (For 
data, if any, see the heading "Coffee houses or ordi- 
naries".) 
Houck, Frank : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1118 

Filed 1220 

House, E. : Claim. To Finance 936 

House of Correction: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2241-4, 2313 

(Journal corrected, April 25, 1924, p. 2543.) 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2375-6 

Certain Items, Amended 2527-8 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 

Building violations existing at the institution : reports in 
connection with a survey. (See "Survey, etc." under 
the heading "Buildings".) 

Capital account. (For data, if any, see "Capital ac- 
counts" under the heading "Finance".) 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. Appropriations for 
construction work. (For data, if any, see under 
"Appropriations", above.) 



House of Correction: , 

Employes : 

Guard : increase in salary rate. Order, to Finance 156 

Passed 4^5 

Operating engineer : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 259 

Overtime : authority for payment. Order, Passed 

1442-3 

Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 
"Pension funds".) 
Farm colony. (See "Willow Springs Farm Colony", be- 
low.) 
Hajicek, Dr. John E. : payment for professional services. 

Order, Passed 1134 

Hospital : annual appropriations for alterations and main- 
tenance. See 2243 

Hospital : request for use for the treatment of drug ad- 
dicts. (See the notations under "Narcotic drugs" 
under the heading "Drugs and druggists".) 
John Worthy School. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 
Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading "Pen- 
sion funds".) 
Police Hospital : Expense for establishment : direc- 
tion for submission of an estimate. Order (re- 
ferred Dec. 7, 1921, p. 1396), to Police 9 

Filed 377-8 

Power and heating plant, municipal. (For data, if any, 

see under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Prisoners : releases by the Mayor. Reports, Filed pp. 
4, 166, 330, 676, 834, 1258, 1503, 1709, 1886, 2155. 
School for Boys. (For data, if any, see the heading 

"Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Willow Springs Farm Colony : annual appropriations for 

maintenance. See 2243-4 

Worthy (John) School. (For data, if any, see the head- 
ing "Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 
House of Correction Bond Funds. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
House of Correction Capital Account. (For data, If any, see 

"Capital accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
House of Correction Employes" Pension Fund. (See under the 

heading "Pension funds".) 
House of Correction Employes' Pension Tax Fund. (See under 

the heading "Finance".) 
House-drains. (For general data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Sewers". For drains In particular streets, see 
under the names of the respective streets.) 
House of Good Shepherd : Annual report for 1923. Filed 

1711 

House and lot numbers. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Streets".) 
House of Shelter Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
House of shelter for women offenders. (For data, if any, see 
""Willow Springs Farm Colony" under the heading "House 
of Correction".-) 
Houston av. : Building at s. w. cor. of E. 91st st. : permis- 
sion for alterations. Order, to Bldgs 1119 

Passed • 1279 

Hovorka, John : Auto^shed. Order, to Bldgs 926 

Passed 1102-3 

Howard av. : Water supply pipe, at the intersection of N. 

Western av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Howard Avenue Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of 
City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 

Howard, Charleston : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub . . 2468 

Howard st. : 

"Parking" prohibited from N. Paulina st. to Malvern av. 
(s. side), and from N. Paulina st. to western ter- 
minus (n. side). Ordinance, to Local Trans 1130 

Passed 1207 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1337 

' Paving, from Sheridan road to alley first east of N. Ash- 
land av., etc. Ordinance, Passed 1693 

Sewers, from N. Western av. to alley first west of Ridge 

rd., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 960 

Sign post in parkway at Nos. 1525-31 : permission for 

erection. Order, Passed 323 






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91 



IIo\v:mI St. : 

Water supply pipe, at the Intersection of N. Western av. 

(s. side). Order, ' Pass('(} . . .' r)8!)-!)0 

Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to Ellwood st., 

etc. Ordinance, Paused 960 

Flowe, Henry : Claim. Order, Passed 2458 

Howland Motor T'tilities Co.: Sign. Order, Passed ....2490 

Rowland, 1'. J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldys 1298 

Passed 1369 

Hoyer (E. C.) & Co. : Claim. To Finance 1241 

Hoyne av. : 

Draine, between W. 92nd st. and W. n.Srd st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed j "503 

Paving and improving, from 36.3 ft. north of Devon av. 

to 132 ft. north of Arthur av. (See "Paving and 

improving from N. Roljey st. to N. W^estern av., etc." 

under the heading "Arthur av.") 

Paving and Improving, from W. ,")3rd pi. to W. Garfield 

boul., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1954 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. "Oth st. ( See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from S. 
.■\shland a v. to S. Western av." under the heading 
"Seventy-ninth st.") 
Sewer, from Arthur av. to 129 ft. north thereof. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from N. 
Robey st. to N. Western av., etc." under the heading 
"Arthur av.") 
Shed at No. 3825 N. : permission for construction of addi- 
tion. Order, to Bhigs n.-i7 

Passed 1103 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water meter at No. 2076 N. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 16.S7 

Water service pipes, between W'. 02nd st. and W. 93rd 

St. Ordinance. Passed 303-4 

Water supply pipe, at the Intersection of Home av. Or- 
der, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from PTome av. to 180 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 'Zivb 

Water supply pipe, from 360 ft. north of Devon av. to 

Arthur av. Order, Passed 248-50 

W^ater supply pipe, from 417 ft. north of W. 63rd st. to 

W. 62nd St. Order, Passed 850-3 

Hrody, Joseph T. : Appointments. (See under the head- 

ing "Appointments".) 

Hub, The: Conduit. Ordinance, to Local Ind 2126 

Deferred and Pub 2473 

Huber, Michael J. : 

Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1224 

Passed 1269-70 

Sign. Order, Passed 2492 

Hucksold, Fred L. : Driveways. Order, Parsed xwo-.i 

Hudson Motor Co. of 111. : Sign. Order, Passed 2017-18 

Hnebner, Lena: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Huening, Henry: Driveway. Order, Passed 1056 

Hughes (Andrew F.), Jr. : Auto-shed. OMer, to Bldgs. .1035 

Passed 1276 

Hughes (Peter) Roofing Co. : Contracts for roofing work 

for the City. Order, Passed 1070, 2518 

Hughes, William : Claim. To Finance 2128 

Hughson & Simpson: Claim. To Finance 1964 

"Huguelet pi.": Name for Geary st. (See under the head- 
ing "Street nomenclature".) 
Hula, Joseph : Water from fire hydrants. Orders, Passed 

2078 

Hultman, Charles E. : Claim. Order, Passed . . , 1444-5 

Humane societies: Appropriations (annual). See 2310 

Humane Societies Tax Fund. (See under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Humboldt Auto Service Co. : Refund of a portion of fee 
paid for maintenance of gasoline tanks. Ordinance, 
Passed 1312-13 

Humboldt boul. : Traffic signs. (See under the heading 
"Traffic regulations".) 

Hummel, Ernst : Vacation of an alley in Taylor's First 
Addn. to South Chicago. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 

Hunt, James : Claim. Order, Passed 1405 



Hunt, Jarvis : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Bulkheads: assignment (to Chicago Tribune Building 
Corp. of rights under an ordinance passed Feb. 18, 
1920). See 1873-4 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Vault: assignment (to Chicago Tribune Building Corp. of 
rights under an ordinance passed June 23, 1920). 
See 187.3-4 

Vault. Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed 

June 23, 1920) , Passed 1977 

Hunt (W. R.) & Co.: Claim. Finance 970 

Hunter, Thomas M. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 

Hurlburt, Watson: Claim. Order, Passed 413 

Huron st. : 

Loading platform, east of N. Sangamon st. (See under 
the heading "Wilson (Thos. E.) & Co.") 

Riser in sidewalk .space at n. e. cor. of N. Clark st. (See 
under the heading "Bloom, Sam".) 

Sidewalks, from Lake Shore drive to Fairbanks court 

(both sides) . Ordinance, Passed .551 

Husak & Root : Driveway. Order, passed 536 

Huss, Frank : Construction of building. Order, to Bldgs.lSdl 

Passed 1700 

Hussey, John : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Huston. Paul D. : Maintenancp of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs ' 903 

Passed 1009 

Hutchlns, E. R. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldf/s 918 

Passed 1009 

Hutter, J. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Hyde Park Amusement Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed.... 899 

Hyde Park Ice Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1670 

Hyde Park Neighborhood Club : 

Request for use of the House of Correction hospital for the 

treatment of drug addicts. Come, to Health 1888 

Sign. Order, Passed 1469 

Hyde Park State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Ilyland, James J. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 326 

Hyland. Lelser and Bryson : Sign. Order, Passed 1230 

Hyman (F.) Mattress Co.: Compromise settlement of war- 

rant for collection. Come. (City Compt.), to Finance. .210o 

Hynes, Frank F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 895 

Hynie, W. P. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

I. 

larussi, Michael: Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments". ) 

Ibsen, C. L. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1235 

Ibsen St. : Water supply pipe, from Odell av. to 120 ft. 

east thereof. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Ice : Samples for analysis to be taken by Comr. of Health ; 

sales to be discontinued upon notice ; provision regulating 

standard of Ice changed. Ordinance, Passed 2195-6 

Ice plant : Direction for ascertaining the cost of Installing 

a municipal ice plant. Resolution, Adopted 634 

Ideal Motor Sales Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1055 

Iden (William) Co.: Sale of drop cloths to the City. 

OfSer, Passed jggjj 

Ignatius av. : 

water supply pipe, from N. Neva av. to 276 ft. westward. 

Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 232 ft. west of Neva av. to N. 

Harlem av. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Ignatius, Dr. A. : Claim. To Pittance 1853 

Igoe, James T. : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 308 

Passed 572 

Igoe (James T.) Co. : 

Payment of bill for printing for the City. Order, ' 
Passed 1746 

Printing of water bills for the City. Order, Passed 796 

Ilg Electric Ventilating Co. : Sale of ventilating fans to the 

City. Orders. Passed •. . .1245, 1490 

Illiana Motor Bus Co. : Application for authority to operate 

a bus line between E. 63rd st. and South Park av. and 

E. 106th St. and Indianapolis boul. Come, to Local 

Trans 114 



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1923-24 



Illinois Auto Truck Co. : Sale of automobile flushers to the 

City. Order, Passed 877 

Motion to reconsider, Withclrawr} 1074' 

Order, Amended 1510 

Illinois Bell Telephone Co. (See under the heading "Tele- 
phones and telegraphs".) 
-Illinois Brick Co. : 

Contract for use of the company's property at W. 16th 
St. and S. Kostner av. as a dump. Orders, Passed 

481, 694 

Vacation of Grace st. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Illinois Brick Co. vs. City of Chicago : In the matter of 

the adjudication of certain property interests of J. O. 
Ingebretsen involved in case No. 90096 Circuit Court. 

Order and Come. (Parke Longworth), to Harbors 907 

Illinois Central Railroad Co. (See under the heading "Bail- 
roads".) 
Illinois Commerce Commission. (See "Commerce Commission, 

Illinois" under the heading "Illinois, State of.) 
Illinois Fireproof Covering Co. : 

Extension of contract for the sale of pipe covering to the 

City. Order, Passed 1309-10 

Payment of reserve on contract for the sale of covering 

to the City. Order, Passed 1965 

Illinois Interior Finish Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed. 904 

Illinois Ladies' Aid Society: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
Illinois Leather Co. : Pipes. (See under the heading 

"Tanners Products Co.") 
Illinois Maintenance Co. : 

Conduit. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1020 

Passed ^;037-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 2401 

Pipe in Quincy st. Ordinance, to Local Ind 618 

Passed) 715-16 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Pipes in alley and across W. Monroe st. Ordinance, 

to Local Ind 617-18 

Passed 713-15 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind. 618 

Passed 716-17 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Illinois Malleable Iron Co. : Sale of heads for concrete lamp 

posts to the City. Order, Passed 2197 

Illinois Manufacturers Assn., The : Request for an appro- 
priation for the publication of building ordinances and 
other related ordinances in a pamphlet. Come, to 

Finance 331 

Filed 1457 

Illinois Masonic Hospital : Free hospital license. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 160 

(Journal corrected, p. 165.) 

Order, Passed 1691 

Illinois Merchants Trust Co. : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Illinois and Michigan Canal : Filling-in of the canal, from 
the West Fork of the South Branch of the Chicago River 
to S. Cicero av. : direction for an investigation of meas- 
ures necessary. Resolution (referred Nov. 16, 1921, 

p, 1279), Filed 140-1 

Illinois Municipal League : Request for suggestion of sub- ^~" 
jects for discussion at the annual convention of the 

League. Come, to Finance 838 

Illinois National Guard. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Illinois, State of.) 
Illinois Publishing and Printing Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 896 

Vacation of W. 26th pi. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of streets".) 
Illinois Reserve Militia. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Illinois, State of.) 
Illinois Society of Colonial Dames of America : Placing of 
a bronze commemorative tablet on the Michigan av. 
bridge. Order, Passed 1795 

niinois, State of: 

Commerce Commission, Illinois : 

Elevated railroads : in the matter of increases in the 
rates of fare. (For data, if any, see under 
^'Rates of fare" under the heading "Elevated 
railroads".) 



nunols, Staite of: 

Commerce Commission, Illinois : 

Gas: in the matter of increases in rates. (For data, 
If any, see "Rates for gas" under the heading 
"Gas and gas appliances".) 
Motorbus lines : notices, to the City Council, of ap- 
plications for certificates of convenience and 
necessity. (See the various items listed under 
the heading "Motorbus lines".) 
Public Utilities Act : request for amendment to pro- 
vide for a referendum vote by cities in the mat- 
ter of control or non-control of local public 

utilities. Resolution, Adopted 292 

Street railways : in the matter of Increases in the 
rates of fare. (For data, if any, see under 
"Rates of fare" under the heading "Street rail- 
ways".) 
Telephones : in the matter of increases in rates. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Telephones 
and telegraphs".) 
General Assembly (53rd) : activities of the Dept. of 
Law at the regular session of the Assembly. Re- 
port, Pub. and Filed 843-4 

General Assembly of Illinois : legislation proposed, recom- 
mended or enacted. (For detail, see under the head- 
ing "State legislation".) 
National Guard : members who are City employes granted 
leaves of absence, with pay, to attend the annual 
encampment of instruction. Order (for 1923), 

Passed 295 

Order (for 1924), Passed 1952 

National Guard Commission, Chicago : use of a strip of 
City property adjacent to the Cavalry Armory on 
Chicago av., west of Fairbanks ct. Come, from 

F. O. Wetmore (referred May 20, 1921, p. 215), 

Filed 702 

Rights of the several states : protest against the en- 
actment of Congressional legislation encroaching upon 
the rights of the several states. . Resolution (re- 
ferred Feb. 21, 1923, p. 1867), Filed 751 

Rights of the several states : protest against the enact- 
ment of Congressional legislation encroaching upon 
the rights of the several states, commendation of 
Gov. Al. Smith for approving an Act for repeal of 
the New York State prohibition enforcement Act and 
request for repeal of the Search and Seizure Act 

of Illinois. Resolution, to Judiciary 379 

Adopted 582 

Come. (Secty. to Hon. Al. F. Smith), Pub. and 

Filed 837 

Illinois St. : 

Loading platform at Nos. 219-23 E. (See under the 

heading "Continental Candy Corporation".) 
Loading platform, at Nos. 365-83 W. (See under the 

heading "Chicago Green Fruit Auction Assn.") 
Switch tracks in and along the street, east of Peshtigo 
ct. (See under "Chicago Dock & Canal Co." under - 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Illinois Trust Safety Deposit Co. : Scale. Ordinance, 

Passed 198 

Illinois Wood Products Co. : Construction of lumber sheds 

and dry kilns, and increase of floor space. Orders, to 

Bldgs 384 

Passed 743-4 

Imlay st. : 

Sidewalks, from Milwaukee av. to N. Nashville av. (n. 
and n. w. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 1050 

Sidewalk, from N. Nordica av, to N. Neva av. (s. e. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2184-5 

Water supply pipe, from N. Nordica av. to 456 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Immaculate Conception School : Water service pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 1689 

Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish : Free permits for erec- 
tion of church and auditorium building. Order, 

Passed 2183 

Immenhausen, Amanda: Canopy. Order, Passed 1690 

Immigrant State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 
under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Imperial Tanning Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 687 

Imperial Theater : Sign. Order, Passed 1233 

Improvement associations: Free use of water. (See under 
the names of the particular associations.) 



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INDEX 



93 



Incineration plants. (For general data, if any, see under the 

lieadins "Garbage and waste". For particular plants 

see under the headings "Waste Disposal, Bureau of" and 

"House of Correction".) 

Indemnity Company of America : Cancellation of certain 

warrants for collection. Order, Paxscd "JHO-l 

Independence boul. : Water meter at Nos. 1104-06 : re- 

moval. Order (referred ,Tan. 24, 1923. p. 17.33), 

Filed 610-11 

Independence State Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. ( See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Floral canopy. Order, Passed 1858 

Independent Casing & Supply Co. : Driveway. Order, 

to Local Ind !)11 

Indian Refining Co.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldus 394 

Filed 1286-7 

Indian road : Sidewalk, from Ardmore av. to Ijillard av. 

(s. w. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 777 

"Indian Trail": Name for Rogers av. (See under the 

heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Indiana av. : 

Building at No. 7601 : maintenance of addition. Order, 

to Bldgs 1291 

Passed 2047 

Canopy at Nos. 3106-08. (See under the heading "Lan- 

ski, Israel and Samuel".) 
Curb, sidewalk and retaining walls, from 14.j ft. north 
of E. 16th St. to 265 ft. south of E. 22nd st. (e. 

and n. e. side). Ordinance, Passed 1068-9 

Opening and widening, between E. 87th st. and E. 'Jlst 

St. Ordinance, Passed 384 

Paving and improving, from E. 23rd st. to the first pri- 
vate alley north of E. 16th Street boul., etc. (sys- 
tem). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to 

Local Ind 1569-80 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1707-8.) 

Ordinance, Passed 2044 

(Journal corrected, p. 2057.) 
Paving and Improving, from 257 ft. north of E. 135th 
pi. to Leyden av., etc, (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 2014 

Pipes under and acrosp the street, north of E. 16th sf. 
(See under the heading "Chicago Cold Storage Ware- 
house Co.") 
Sidewalk from E. 20th st. to E. 21st St. (e. side). 
Ordinance (for repeal of an prdinance passed Nov. 

10, 1919), Passed 757 

Sidewalk, from E. 133rd st. to 394 ft. south of E. 134th 

St. (w. side). Ordinance, Passed 539 

Sidewalks, from E. 51st st. to E. Garfield boul. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2170 

Water supply pipe, from E. 76th st. to E. 77th St. (e. 

side ) . Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 92 ft. south of E. 76th st. to 

E. 77th St. Order, Passed 1341-2 

Water supply pipe, from B. 77th st. to 300 ft. south- 
ward (e. side). Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from E. 77th st. to 456 ft. south- 
ward (w. side). Orders, Parsed 589-90, 850-3 

Water suuply pipe, from 234 ft. south of E. 77th st. to 
first alley north of E. 79th st. (e. side). Order, 

Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe from 390 ft. south of E. 77th st. to 

100 ft. south of E. 78th st. Order, to Finance. . .IIIH 

Passed 1443 

Water supply pipe, from 100 ft. south of E. 78th st. to 
first alley north of E. 79th st. (w. side). Order, 

Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe, from E. 79th st. to first alley north 

(w. side) . Order, Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe, from E. 81st st. to E. 83rd st. (w. 

side) . Order, Passed 2405 

Widening and improvement of the street, from E. Roose- 
velt road to E. 22nd st. : appropriation for prelim- 
inary expense. See 2270 

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. (See under the heading 
"Railroads".) 

Indianapolis av. : 

Paving and improving, from Swing av. to the Illinois- 
Indiana State Line. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, 

Pul. and to Local Ind 2424-9 

(Journal corrected April 25, 1924, pp. 2543-4.) 



Indianapolis av. : 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from E. 101st st. to the 

Indiana State Line. Order, to Finance 466 

Sewer, from 100 ft. southeasterly of E. 103rd st. to 
100 ft. northwesterly of the Illinois-Indiana State 
line (n. e. side) ; also sewers, between 95 ft. south- 
easterly of E. 103rd st. and 80 ft. northwesterly of 
E. 106th st. (s. w. side).; also interconnecting s',"w- 
ers. (See "Sewer, from Avenue to Indianapolis 
av., etc." under the heading "One hundred fifth st.") 
Industrial districts. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 
Infant welfare : Sore eyes at "birth : increase in penalty 

for failure to make reports of cases. Ordinance, to 

Health 19li4 

Infant Welfare Revolving Fund. (For data, if any, see under 

the heading "Finance".) 
Infant welfare stations. (See under the heading "Health, 

Department of.) 
Inflammable liquids : 

Discharging of waste oils, grease or inflammable liquids 
other than domestic grease into any sewer or unto 
any area drained by the City sewer system : direction 
for the submission of an ordinance prohibiting, and 
providing for the frequent removal of such waste 
matter. Resolution (referred March 29, 1922, p. 

2370), Filed 1215-16; 

Filling stations : applications for installations to be ap- 
proved by the Aldermen of the respective Ward 
■where stations are to he located. Order, to O., O. 

d E. L 1396: 

Ordinance, to U., 0. <t E. L 1957 

Filling stations : elimination of the requirement for front- 
age consents. Ordinance, to- Bldys 471 

Passed 742: 

Vetoed and to Bldys 822-¥ 

Substitute Ordinance, to Bldgs 823: 

Filling stations : installation of public comfort stations 
in filling stations. Order (directing consideration), 

to Health 147<T 

Filling stations : change in license fees for tanks exceed- 
ing 1005 gals, capacity. Ordinance, Deferred.... 482' 

Passed 553-4 

Filling stations : permission for use of kerosene storage 
tanks without additional fee in certain cases. Or- 
dinance, Deferred 483- 

Passed 555 

Filling stations : sale of inflammable liquids by standard 
measure, and prohibition ag.iinst the use of mechani- 
cal measuring pumps or devices unless inspected and 
approved by the Inspector of Weights and Measures. 
Ordinance (referred June 17, 1918, p. 434), Filed. 121a-H> 
Gasoline containers at particular locations. (See under 
the respective streets and alleys and under the names 
of particular individuals.) 
Gasoline used for motor fuel : fixing of standard of qual- 
ity. Ordinance (referred Dec. 8, 1919, p. 1518), 

Filed 1215-16; 

Tanks for the storage of inflammable liquids in streets 
or alleys : reduction in annual compensation charge 
on all contracts ; authority for refunds of rate dif- 
ferences. Ordinance, Passed 1312-lS 

Tanks in street, alley and sidewalk space : prohibition 
against issuance of permits for the privilege and 
direction for revocation as of Dec. 31, 1924 of per- 
mits previously issued. Order (directing the im- 
mediate removal of all pumps installed subsequent to 

Feb. 21, 1923), Passed 132& 

Ingebretsen, J. : In the matter of the adjudication of cer- 

tain property interests of J. O. Ingebretsen involved in 
case No. 90096 Circuit Court — "City of Chicago vs. 
Illinois Brick Co." Order and Come. (Parke Ijong- 

worth) , to Harbors . 90T 

Inglesby Brothers: Filling station. Order, Passed. .. .ISd-W 

Inglesby, Jos. P. : Driveways. Order, Passed 934 

Ingleside av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to H. 
83rd St., etc." under the heading "Maryland av.") 
Pipe and cables under and across the street, south of E. 
58th St. (See under the heading "University of Chi- 
cago, The".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of streets".) 



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Ingleside nv. : 

Water supply pipe, from E. 79tli St. to E. 83rd st. Or- 
der, Passed 2493 

Water supply pipe, fiom E. 81st st. to 50 ft. south of E. 

82nd St. Order, Passed 20(j3 

Ingram, C. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. Or- 
der, Passed 6T9-80 

Inland Engineering Co. : Sale of trench machine chain to 

the City. Order, Passed ^032 

Inland Glass Co. : Extension of contract for the sale of 

ball globes to the City. Order, Passed 229-30 

Amended 483 

Inland Rubber Co.: Vacation of W. 26th pi. (See under 

the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Inland Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Institute pi. : Conduit under and across the street, east 

of N'. Franklin st. (See under the heading "Chapin 
(Charles A.) estate".) 
Insull, Samuel : Address before the Chicago and Cook Coun- 
ty Bankers' Assn. : in the matter of proposed extensions 
to elevated railroad lines and the use of a portion of the 
"traction funds" for the construction of a subway in 
State St. Order (directing consideration), to Local 

Trans 1950 

Insurance : 

Automobile indemnity Insurance : in the matter of require- 
ment for procurement by automobile owners. Reso- 
lution (referred Jan. 24, 1923, p. 1735), to Safety 

Coinn 377 

Brokers In Insurance. (See under the heading "Brok- 
ers.") 
Fire insurance companies : report on status of litigation 
compelling assessment of net receipts of the com- 
panies. Resolution, Adopted 1743-4 

Foreign insurance companies : appropriations for litiga- 
tion expense relating to taxes, etc. See 2219-20 

Foreign Insurance companies : extension of contract for 
collection of unpaid taxes and license fees (Ralph 

R. Bradley) . Order, Passed 781 

Municipal insurance for policemen and firemen : appro- 
priation for the payment of Insurance to dependents 
of policemen or firemen killed or fatally injured in 

the performance of duty. See 2227 

Insurance adjusters : Repeal of license requirements. Or- 
dinance ( see Sec. 5 ) , Passed 1405-6 

Inter-Insurance Exchange of the 111. Auto. Club : Claim. 

To Finance 2492 

Inter State National Bank of Hegewlsch, The : Deposits 

of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 
Interest. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Finance".) 
International Grocer, Inc.: Claim. Order, Passed ....2454 

International Harvester Co. : 

Compensation for use of water pipe. Order, Passed. . 789 

Driveways. Order, Passed 305 

Tunnel. Ordinance, Passed 1155-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 1337 

Wires : acceptance and bond (under an ordinance passed 

March 14, 1923). See 4 

Iiitin-nationnl Tailoring Co.: Claim. To Finance 1233 

Interstate Commerce Commission. (See under the heading 

"U. S. Government".) 
Interurban railroad lines. (For data, if any, see under the 
heading "Railroads".) 

Investors' Theater Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 635 

Ionia av. : Sewer, from Lillard av. to 150 ft. northwesterly 

of Chlcora av. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to -N. 
Cicero av., etc." under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

lorio (Prank) Estate: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Iowa St. : Paving and improving, from N. Cicero av. to 

15 ft. west. (See "Paving and Improving, from W. Chi- 
cago av. to W. North av., etc." under the heading "Cicero 
av.") 
Irena st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Normandy av. to N. 

Oak Park av. Order, Passed 2405 

Irenens, Dr. Carl: Basement flat. Order, Passed .... 897 

Iron chain (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk 

dealers and junk".) 
Iroquois Memorial Hospital. (See under the heading "Health 

Dept. of".) 
Irving av. : 

Drains, between W. 99th st. and W. 101st st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 919 



Irving av. : 

Paving and Improving, from 363 ft. north of Devon av. 
to 132 ft. north of Arthur av. (See "Paving and 
improving, from N. Robey st. to N. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "Arthur av.") 
Sewer from 15 ft. south of e.-and-w. alley first south 
of Arthur av. to 90 ft. south of Arthur av., also 
sevcer connecting with the sewer in Arthur av. 
(See the notations under "Paving and improving, 
from N. Robey st. to N. Western av., etc." under the 
heading "Arthur av.") 
Sewer, from W. 98th st. to W. 99th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1677-8 

Sewer, from W. 104th st. to W. 105th st. (also sewer in 
n.-and-s. center line of N. E. %,. N. W. 14, N. W. 
%, Sec. 18-37-14, from W. 103rd st. to W. 104th 

St.). Ordinance, Passed 393 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between W. 90th st. and W. 101st st. 

Ordinance, Passed 919-20 

Water supply pipe, from 360 ft. north of Devon av. to 

Arthur av. Order, Passed \ 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 378 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 1341-2 

Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to 695 ft. south. 

Ordinance, Passed 919 

Water supply pipe, from W. 104th st. to W. 105th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 920 

Water supply pipe, from W. 107th st. to W. 107th pi. 

Order, Passed 248^0 

Irving 01! & Supply Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed. . . . 324 

Second Order, to Local Ind 475 

Filed '. 1002 

Irving Park boul. : 

Sidewalk, from N. Crawford av. to N. Kedvale av. (n. 

side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2183 

Sidewalks, from Lincoln av. to 316.1 ft. west of Lincoln 

av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 222 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water meter at No. 1942 : removal. Order (referred 

Feb. 7, 1923, p. 1810), Filed 610-11 

Water supply pipe, from N. , Lowell av. to N. Jiildare 

av. Order, Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe, from N. Springfield av. to 132 ft. east 

of N. Harding av.' Order, Passed 850-3 

Irving Park Ice Co.: Driveway. Order, to Local Ind... 159 

Passed 421 

Irving Park National Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Irving State Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Irwin, James: Claim. Order, Passed 418 

Isaacson, Swan : 

Canopies. Order, Passed 1053-4 

Driveways. Order, Passed 956 

Isaiah Congregation : Free permits for erection of a tem- 
ple. Orders, Passed 199, 618-19 

Isko Company : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Isolation Hospital. (See under the heading "Health, Dept. 

of".) 
Italian Soclta S. Nicola : Closing of Loomis st. to traffic, 

between W. Taylor st. and W. Polk st. Order, Passed 308 
Italian Trust and Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Iverson, John : 

Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 310 

Passed 744 

Driveway. Order, Passed 934 

Ivy-Carter Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 896 

Izenstark, P. : Sign. Order, Passed 1521 

J. 

Jack, Walter D. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. 933 

Passed 1103 

Jackson & Bolton : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Jackson boul. : 

Athletic field at No. 4615 W. (See under "Athletic fields, 
municipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds 
and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 



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INDEX 



95 



Jackson boiil. : 

Auto-shed at No. 1539 W. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, to BUlgs 930 

Passed 1103-4 

Jackson, David II. : Traction litigation : repeal of an ordi- 

nance, passed May 3, 1920, fixing rate of compensation 

as special counsel. Ordinance, to Finance 24G-7 

Passed 3.55 

Jack.son, Geo. W., Inc. : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Come. (City Compt.), to Finance I«90 

Jackson Natatorium. (See under "Swimming pools, munici- 
pal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bath- 
ing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Jackson Park National Bank : Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and hanking".) 

Jackson, Ralph E. : Claim. To Finance 1964 

Jackson, Robert R. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading. "Appointments".) 

Election as Aldermiin. See 1-^ 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Jackson Tire & Valve Co. : Cancellation of warrant for col- 
lection. Order, Passed 679-80 

Jacobs, William: Diiveway. Order. Pa-ised 1294 

Jaeobson, Jack : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Jaeobson, J. R. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Jaeobson (L. M.) & Co. : 

Installation of water meters. Order, to Finance 314 

Passed 485 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 474 

Jaeobson, Nathan: Maintenance of sh: d. Order, Passed. 1523 
Jaeobson, Peter: Water service pipe. Order, Posserf. . .2193 

Jacoby, Bernard : Claim. To Finance 903 

Jacoby, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 316 

Jaeger, Wm : Construction of building. Order, to Bldgs-WM 

Passed 1369-70 

Jasucki, C. : Maintenance of buildings. Order, to Bld{/s.l397 

Jail,. County. (See under the heading "Cook County".) 

Jakubauskas, Dr. J.: Sign. Order, Passed 1386 

Jakubowski, Y. T. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 413 

Jamieson, A. A. : Claim (presented as claim of Robert A. 

Jamieson ) . Order. Passed 2454 

Jamieson, G. : Claim. To Finance 1959 

.Jamieson, Robert A. (See the heading "Jamieson, A. A.") 
Jamieson & Wheeler : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to 

Bldgs 1671 

Passed 1847 

Jandasek. Joe : Sign. Order. Passed 1679-80 

Janet Theatre: Sign. Order, Passed 319-20 

Janicki, Stanley : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 629 

Janisch, John : Driveway. Order. Passed 959 

Jankouski, Wm. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 644 

Jannsen, Henry : Sign. Order, Passed 917 

Janovsky, Frank J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Janowski, John: Sign. Order, Passed 1227 

Jansan, George : Claim (presented as claim of George M. 

Jensen). Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Jansen E^irniture Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1671-2 

Jaros, Frank : 

Claim. To Finance •. 1853 

Completion of shed. Order, to Bldgs 152 

Passed 429 

Jarvis av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Western av. to 12 ft. east- 
ward. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Jauer (E.) & Son: Sign. Order, Passed 1053 

Jawnoski, John: Sign. Order, Passed 1058 

Jawor, Walter : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Jay, Gilbert : Furnishing of labor for the construction of 

a garage for the City. Order, Passed 1869 

Jayne, Anna : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 942 

Jazdzewski, Victor : Completion of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1480 

Passed 1847 

Jefferson Park Church : Use of Throop street for religious 

meetings. Order, Passed 308 



Jefferson Park Hospital : Cancellation of water rates and 

free use of City water. Order, Passed 1683 

Jefferson Park Millwork Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed. 159 

Jefferson Park National Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Jefferson st. : 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls, from W. Harrison st. 
to W. Roosevelt road (both sides). Ordinance, 

Passed 545 

Paving, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roosevelt road. 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Puh. and to Local /»«?.. 182-7 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 278 

Paving and improving, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roose- 
velt road. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and 

to Local Ind 1808-13 

Ordinance, Passed 2006 

Sidewalk, from W. Jackson boul. to W. Van Buren st. 

(e. side). Ordinance, Passed 1683 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Streets lights".) 
Tunnel under and across the street, south of Pulton st. 
(See under the heading "Desplaines Safety Deposit 
Co.") 
Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. Roose- 
velt road : appropriation for preliminary expense. 

See 2270 

Widening of the street, from W. Harrison st. to W. 
Roosevelt road : direction for application, toward the 
payment of public benefits, of compensation derived 
from vacation of streets and alleys incident to the 

improvement. Order, to Finance 544 

Filed 1457 

"Jefferson Week" : Designation of April 6 to 13, 1924, as 

"Jefferson Week". Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and 

Filed 2402 

Jeffery av. : 

Building at No. 6746 : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1291 

Filed 1380 

Paving and improving, from 15 ft. north of E. 73rd st. 
to 15 ft. south of E. 73rd st. (See "Paving and im- 
proving, from Stony Island av. to Exchange av., 
etc." under the heading "Seventy-third st.") 
Sidewalk, from E. 92nd st. to E. 93rd st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1027-8 

Jeffrey, George B. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Jelke (John P.) Co.: Claim. To Finance 2074 

Jennings. E. R. : Sign. Order, Passed 2074 

Jennings, William G. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1222 

Jensen. Charles J. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 311 

Passed 494 

Jensen, Christ A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 ' 

Jensen, George C. : 

Claim. Order, Passed 687 

Claim. To Finance 1951 

Jensen, George M. (See the heading "Jansan, George".) 

Jensen, James : Driveway. Order, Passed 159 

Jensen, Jens: Appointments. (See under the heading "Ap- 

pointments". 

Jensen, Sophus Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 231 

Jensen, Theo. : Dormer window. Order, to Bldgs 2506 

Jestersen, C. H. : Tapping of a water supply pipe and 

sewer connection. Order, Passed 946 

Jeths, Dr. P. C. : Sign. Order, Passed 1048 

Jewel, G. W. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub 2469 

Jewelers : Repeal of license requirements. Ordinance 

(see Sec. 19), Passed 1405-6 

Jewett & Sowers Oil Co. : Compromise settlement of war- 

rant for collection. Come. (City Compt.), to Pmonce.. 2157 
Joerns, Arnold C. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Johannsen Ice Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 549 

Johansen, Frank: Driveway. Order, Passed 2135 

John Worthy School. (For data, if any, see the heading 
"Chicago and Cook County School for Boys".) 

Johns, L. H. : Claim. To Finance 1057 

Johnson, A. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Johnson. Abraham A.: Claim. To Finance 1525 

Johnson, Alber : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 203 

Passed 429 



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96 



INDEX 



1923-24 



Johnson (Alfred) Skate Co.: Sign. Order, to Bldgs 1236 

To O., O. & E. L 1285-0 

Passed 1493-4 

Johnson, Axel: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 956-7 

Passed ; 1104 

Johnson, Axel H. : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 1400-1 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1401 

Johnson, Carl V. : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Johnson, Charles E. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Johnson, Edward S. : Claim. To Finance 1381 

Johnson, Edwin C. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Johnson, Ernst: Tapping of a sewer. Order, Passed.. 917 

Johnson, P. C. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Johnson, Frank : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 393 

Johnson, Henry J. : Riser In sidewalk space. Order, 

Passed '219 

Johnson Immigration Bill. (See under the heading "U. S. 

Government".) 
Johnson Immigration Bill committee : Appointment of mem- 
bers. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Johnson, Iver : Employment as a diver. Order, Passed. 258 

Johnson, John : 

Claim. To Finance 1785 

Construction of building. Petition and Order, to B;d.(/s.l038 

Order, Passed 1700 

Johnson, John A. : Water service pipe (permission to John 

A. Johnson and Mary Misura). Order, Passed 917 

Johnson, J. D. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.. 146 

Passed 429 

Johnson, John E. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind.. . 402 

Passed 524 

Johnson, Milton : Claim. Order, Passed 516 

Johnson, Minnie J. : Claim. To Finance 1672 

Johnson, Virginia: Sign. Orders, Passed 931, 1041 

Johnston, Alfred: Claim. To Finance 1294 

Johnstone, Percy T. : 

Addition to building. Order, Passed 780 

Coal chute (with cover). Ordinance (for repeal of an 

ordinance passed Feb. 18, 1921), Passed 1079 

Jointless Fire Brick Co. : Sale of furnace lining to the City. 

Order, Passed 1404-5 

Jonas, S. D. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1958 

Jones, Alfred: Claim. Order, Deferred and Pui 2468-9 

Jones, Dr. David J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Jones Fertilizer Co. : Sale of manure to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 1490 

Jones, Geo. G. and Alice : Vacation of an alley in M. W. 
Dunne's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations or 
alleys".) 
Jones, John H. : Death. (See under the heading "Deaths".) 

Jones McCarren Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed 924 

Jones, Stanley E. : Maintenance of buildings. Order, to 

Bldga 1742 

Passed 2047-8 

Jones St. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Western 

av. (See "Paving and Improving, from Fullerton av. to 
Belmont av." under "Widening, etc." under the heading 
"Western av.") 

Jordan, Ida: Driveway. Order, Passed 1053 

Jourdan Packing Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 558 

Journal of the City Council. (See under the heading "City 

Councir*.) 
Jovanes, James : Canopy (permission to James Jovanes and 

Thomas and Peter Zlmmar). Order, Passed 546 

Joy, Don: Canopy (permission to Don Joy and Toy Hong). 

Order, Passed 292 

Joy Yen Lo Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Joyce-Hagan Coal Co. : Switch track. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks"'.) 

Joyce, .1. P.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2081 

Passed 2524 

Judges of election. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Judgment Funding Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Spec- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Judgments. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Finance".) 



Judiciary, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2214 

Judson, Nathan : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest In cer- 

tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under the 
heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
July 4th. (For data, if any, see the heading "Independence 

Day".) 
Jumllnska, M. : Maintenance of shed. Order, Passe*?. . .1038 

Jumllnskl, M. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. . 2131 

Deferred and Pu1> 2482 

Juneway terrace : 

Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan: recommendation 

that the wall be not disturbed. (See the report of 

the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 

Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Water supply pipe, from 100 ft. east of N. Clark st. to 

84 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Junior terrace : 

Fire hydrant at Lake Michigan : relocation. Order, 

Passed 162 

Water supply pipe, from 680 ft. east of Clarendon av. to 

60 ft. eastward. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Junk dealers and Junk : Licensing and regulation of deal- 

ers engaged in the reclamation and salvaging of waste 

material. Ordinance, Passed 2199-2200 

Junk yard, municipal. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "House of Correction".) 

Junker, Richard A.: Driveway. Order, Passed 954 

Junnatl, Ernest : Claim. To Finance 1224 

Justine St. : 

Paving, from W. 83rd st. to W. 87th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." under the head- 
ing "Bishop St.") 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer at the e.-and-w. alley 

first north of W. 87th st. (See the notations under 

"Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. 87th St., etc." 

under the heading "Bishop st.") 

Sidewalks, from W. 47th st. to W. 51st st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Deferred 913 

Jutovsky, S. : Claim (presented as claim of S. Jutovsky and 

H. Baygood). Filed 371-2 

Juvenile delinquents. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Minors".) 
Juvenile Detention Home : 

Class rooms : in the matter of construction on the third 

floor. Come. (Bd. of Ed.), Pub. and to FinanccniS-li 
To Bldgs 1844 

Detention home for women : endorsement of plans for use 
of the institution for the purpose. Come. (Wom- 
an's City Club), to Special Com 244 

K. 

Kadans, Maurice : Maintenance of building. Order, 

Passed '2087 

Kaeppel, Arthur H. : Vacation of part of an alley in Gard- 
ner's Sixth Addn. to Montrose. (See under the heading 
"Vacations of alleys".) 

Kagel, Elmer Louis : Claim. To Finance 903 

Kahn, Sidney H. : Canopies. Order, Passed 406 

Kaindl, Edward J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 5 

Kalas, John: addition to building. Order, to Bldgs 474 

Passed ggj 

Kallas, Geo. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Kallis (M.) & Co. : Sale of license and ticker books to the " 

City. Order, Passed ' 1131 

"Kalo ct." : Name for alley in the block bounded by E. 

Erie st., N. Michigan av., E. Ontario st. and St. Clair 
St. (See under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 

Kalvelagen, Mr. : Driveway. Order, Passed 906 

Kandl, Mor : Vacation of part of an alley in O. A. Bogue's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Kane, John J.: Claims. Orders, Passed 1133-4,2455 

Kane, Tho^. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Kantor, Louis: Claim. To Finance 1954 



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INDEX 



97 



Kaplan, Ben : Claim. Order, Paf:seil 'JS^ 

Kaplan, Meyer : 

Claim. Order, Passed '^453 

Dri\ ewa.vs. Order. Passed Iil35 

Kaplan & Kitcliie : Claim. 'To Finance 152-t 

Karalius. A. : Sign. Order. Passed 15*> 

Karlinsky, Harry : Sign. Order, Passed -100 

Karlov av. : 

Sewer, from W. oOth st. to W. G3rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed -''*> 

Shed at No. 3204 S. : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldfis 1957 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 

Karpen, W. G. : Claim. Filed "02-4 

Karras, Gust : Claim. Order, Passed H-H 

Karsten, II. A. : Loading platform. Order, to Loral 

Ind ^^19 

Karvelis. Peter : Auto-shed. Order, to Bhh/s 122 i 

Passed 2048 

Karwowski. Leopold : Real estate office. Order, to 

nidus 204 

Passed 429 

Kaske. W. P. : Claim. To Finance 2492 

Kaspar State Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Ornamental clock. Ordinance, Passed 927-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 1337 

Kataras, T. : Sign. (See under the heading "Spiros, J.') 

Katsma and Wagner: Claim. To Finance 919 

Katz Bros. : Claim. Order. Passed 982 

Katz, I. : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Katz. Joseph : Driveway. ( See under the heading "Minkus, 

Abraham J.") 

Katz, Nathan: Driveway. Order. Passed 2497 

Kaufhold, Henry: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Kaufman (Charles) & Bros., Inc.: Smoke stack. Ordi- 
nance (referred Oct. 4, 1922, p. 101.")), to Local Ind 9 

Passed 421-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Kaufman & Fabry Co. : Appropriation for payment for 

harbor pictures in connection with the Lake Calumet 

harbor development. See 2214 

Kaufman, George : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 931-2 

Passed 1104 

Kaufmann State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Kavanagh, William P.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1688 

KavloB. Max : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 2501 

Kawn, C. H. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1675 

Passed 1847 

Kazaitis, Anton: Sign. Order. Passed 2495 

Kazazis, Sam : Claim. To Finance 839 

Keane, Thomas P. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments"'.) 
OflBcial bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Kearns, Dr. Frank Read: Sign. Order, Passed 1034 

Kearns, Richard J.: Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Keating av. : 

Drains, between George st. and Diversey av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 314 

Drains, between Wilson av. and Lawrence av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 317 

Name for Winnemac av. (See under the heading "Street 

nomenclature".) 
Paving, from Wilson av. to Lawrence av. Ordinance, 

Passed 639-40 

Water service pipes, Ijetween George st. and Diversey av., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 637 

Water service pipes, between Wilson av. and Lawrence av. 

Ordinance, Passed 317 

Water supply pipe, from W. o9th st. to W. 60th St. 

Orders. Passed 1120, 1293 

Water supply pipe, from W. 60th St. to alley north of 

W. 60th St. Order, Passed 1562 

Kedvale av. : 

Filling station at n. w. cor. of W. Grand av. (See under 

the heading "Inglesby Brothers".) 
Sewer, from W. 59th st. to 290 ft. south of W. 60th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 298 



Kedvale av. : 

Sewer, from W. 63rd st. to 33 ft. north of W. 61st st. 

Ordinance, Passed 298-9 

Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to Hollywood 

av. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 300 ft. south of 32nd st. to 

33rd St. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Kedzle av. : 

Canopy at No. 1135 S.. (See under the heading "Capitol 

Gardens".) 
Filling station and driveways at Nos. 2256-58 S. (See 

under the heading "Wilier, Herbert".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 1609 S. 

Ordinance, Passed 1880 

Report of newspaper publication. See l'974-5 

Paving, from Montrose av. to I/awrence av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed •■ . .945-6 

Sidewalk, from Ainslie st. to Lawrence av. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 639 

Sidewalks, from Foster av. to Lawrence av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 945 

Sidewalks, from Lawrence av. to Montrose av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 945 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Traffic signal, at W. North av. : direction for installation. 

Order, to Finance 1044 

Keefe av. : Subway under railroad tracks. (See under 

the heading "Subways, railroad".) 

Keefe, Walter: Real estate office. Order, to BIdijs 918 

Passed ■ 1009-10 

Keegan. M. J.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1290 

Keeler av. : 

Restoration of street pavement, from W. 22nd st. to W. 
26th St. (See under "Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co." 
under the heading "Gas and gas appliances".) 
Sewer, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 299 

Keeui. Bernard : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

Keese, Roger : Claim. Filed 1458 

Kehres Hardware Co. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 2083 

Passed 2524 

Keirnan, T. S. : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Kelker, Major R. F. : Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 
Kell & .Tones Co. : Sale of iron pipe and couplings to the 

City. Order, Passed 260-1 

Kelly Brothers : Vacation of part of an alley in Dewey's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Kelly, C. D. : Claim. Order, Deferred and Ptih 2468 

Kelly, James : Driveway. Order, Passed 1293 

Kelly. John M. : Selection as proxy for affixing the Mayor's 

signature to sundry instruments. (See "Signature of 
the Mayor" under the heading "Mayor".) 

Kelly, P. M. : Auto-shed. Order. Passed 2019 

Kelly, Patrick: Claims. Orders, Passedi 1444-5, 2455 

Kelly-Springfield Co. : Repair of a truck for the City. 

Order, Passed 1072 

Kelly, Thos. F. : Claims. To Finance 903 

Kelly, Wm. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2502 

Kelly, William J.: Claim. Order, Deferred and P(«6.. .2464 

Kelly. William V. : Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 
Kelow, Charles : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.lOo2 

Filed 1945 

Kemp, Dirk : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

Kenipski, Bogomit A. : Vacation of alleys in Humboldt 

Park Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tion of alleys".) 
Kenfield-Leach Co. : Printing of the triennial report of the 

Dept. of Health. Order, Passed 125 

Orders (for additional copies and additional compen- 
sation ) , Passed 788-9 

Ken il worth a v. : 

Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
that the wall be not disturbed. (See the report of 
the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under 
"Lake Michigan" under the heading "Strreets".) 
Premises No. 2464 : prohibition against shutting off of wa- 
ter pending adjustment of claim. Order, to 
Finance . : 478 



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INDEX 



1923-24 



Kenmore av. : 

Building at No. 4919 : maintenance of plain glass in lieu 

of wired glass. Order, to Bldgs 552 

Passed 744 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 4618. 

Order, to Local Ind 1866 

Ordinance, Passed 2033 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2156 

"Safety island", at the intersection of Buena av. : in- 
stallation. Order, to Finance 1055 

Kennedy furniture Co. : Sign. Order, Passed ........ 1386 

Kennedy Laundry and Supply Co. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 97 

Kennedy l& Nausbaum : Maintenance of addition to shed. 

Order, to BJdgs 154 

Passed ,. .429-30 

Kennedy, Patrick J.: Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Kennedy, T. A.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1118 

Kennedy Valve Mfg. Co. : Sale of gate valves to the City. 

Order, Passed 1998 

Kennefick, Mrs. J.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Kenneflck, Michael J. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Kennelly, Martin : Driveway. Order, Passed 549 

Kenneth av. : 

Drains, between Lawrence av. and Carmen av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 317 

Paving, from Lawrence av. to Argyle st., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in Argyle St., Ainslie st. 
and Lowell av.). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, 

Pub. and to Local Ind 187-194 

Passed 422 

Paving and improving, from Lawrence av. to Argyle st., 
etc. (system) (including sewer connections in Argyle 
St., Ainslie st. and Carmen av.). Recom., Est. and 

Ordinance, Puh. and to Local Ind 2112-18 

Deferred and Pui 2478 

Sewer, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 205 

Sewer, from W. 63rd st. to W. 65th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 389 

Sidewalk, from Roscoe st. to Belmont av. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1047-8 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water service pipes, between Lawrence av. and Argyle 

St., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 405 

Water supply pipe, from Lawrence av. to 240 ft. north- 
ward. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 63rd st. to W. 64th st. 

Order, Passed 2405 

Kenney, L. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.. . .1298 

Passed 1370 

Kennison av. : Water supply pipe, from N. Kolmar av. to 

N. Kilpatrick av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Kenny, John: Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1229 

Passed 1370 

Kensington av. : Fire pump, suction water main and man- 
holes, east of Stephenson av. (See under the heading 
"Sherwin-Williams Co., The".) 

Kensley, Sargent : Signs. Order, Passed 1959 

Kenton a v. : 

Switch track along and across the street, at Rice st. 
(See under "Chicago Wood & Coal Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Parker av. (e. 

side). Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Wrightwood av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. Monroe st. to Wilcox st. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Schubert av. to 30 ft. north- 
ward (e. side). Order, Passed 248-50 

Kentucky Rock Asphalt Co., Inc. : Sale of rock asphalt to 

the City. Order, Passed 795 

Amended 1068 

Kenwood av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between E. 55th st. and 

250 ft. south. Order, Passed 381-2 

Closing of the street to traffic, between E. 58th st. and 

E. 59th St. Order, Passed 331 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 6200. 

Ordinance, Passed 1852 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 



Kenwood av. : 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from 100 ft. north of 
B. 59th St. to 200 ft. north thereof (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1851 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

Sidewalks, from E. 82nd st. to E. 83rd st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 2171-2 

Kenwood National Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Keota av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to alley first south- 

westerly of Lehigh av. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. 
to N. Cicero av., etc." under the heading "Bryn Mawr 
av.") 

Kercher, Anton : Claim. To Finance 1390 

Kersting, Edward : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Kerwin, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 2502 

Kerwin, Mrs. Mary : Lease of space in Ravenswooa av. 

Application, to Local Ind 2O6I 

Kessel iBrothers : Claim. Filed 1458 

Ketler-Elliott Co. : Sale of structural and cast steel re- 
pairs to the City. Ordinance, Passed ..1062 

Keyes, Patrick : Claim. To Finance 2493 

Keystone av. : 

Paving and improving, from Milwaukee av. to School st., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2509 

Water service pipes, between Bryn Mawr av. and Holly- 
wood av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Posset?. .. .317-18 
Keystone Hospital, The : Free permit for tapping of water 

supply pipe. Order, Passed 158 

Keystone Trust and Savings Bank ; Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Kierdorf, Anna : Bid for the purchase of property at the 

s. w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. Marshfleld av. 

To Finance 839 

Rejected) 1081 

Kiesen, F. J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1044 

Passed 1276-7 

Kiewert, Edward : Claim. To Finance 621 

Kilbourn av. : 

Drains, between Elston av. and Argyle st. Ordinance, 

Passed 2512 

Paving and improving, from Elston av. to Argyle st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from Lawrence av. to 
Argyle St., etc." under the heading "Kenneth av".) 
Sewer, from Foster av. to Argyle st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1399 

Sewer, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 205 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water meter at No. 323 S. : removal : Order, ' to 

Finance . 1235 

Water service pipes, between Elston av. and Argyle st. 

Ordinance, Passed 2512 

Water supply pipe, from Poster av. to 380 ft. south 

of Carmen av., etc. Ordinance, Passed 1689 

Widening, between Addison st. and Roscoe st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1126-7 

Kilbourne, L. B. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Kildare av. : 

Sewer, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 299 

Sewer, from W. 63rd st. to 33 ft. south of W. 65th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 299 

Kilder, P. H. : Claim. To Finance 1030 

Kilgore, W. B. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 104 

Kill, Joseph : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 918 

Passed 1010 

Kilpatrick av. : 

Sewers, from W. 63rd st. to W. 67th St., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 541 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to 48 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Kimball av. : Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traf- 
fic regulations".) 
Kimball (S. S.) Brick Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed.. 934 

Kimbark av. : 

Canopy at Nos. 6240-42. (See under the heading "Nort- 

man, Fred J.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 6240. 

Ordinance, Passed 1852 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 



1923-24 



INDEX 



99 



Klmbark av. : 

Water supply pipe, from E. SSrd st. to about 100 ft. 

north. Order, Passed 1562 

Water supply pipe, from E. 93rd st. to 240 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Kimmlinger, Nick: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

King, David R. : Settlement of claim against the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 699-700 

King, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 297 

Kingsbury st. : 

Pipe under and across the street northwesterly of W. 
Division st. (See under the heading "Stresau Becker 
Leather Co., The".) 
Tracks in and along the street, south of Rees st. (See 
under "Petersen (J. W.) Coal Co." under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 
Kingston av. : 

Drains, between E. Slst st. and E. 83rd st. (both sides) : 
permission to lay, on payment of one fee, etc. 

Order, Passed 902 

Drains, between E. 87th st. and B. 88th st. : permission to 

lay, on payment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed . . 902 
Opening of the street, across the right of way of the 

B. & O. R. R. Ordinance, Passed 1118 

Paving and improving from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th st., 
etc. (system) (including sewer connections in E. 
84th St., E. Soth st., E. 8Gth st. and Muskegon av.). 
Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to Local 7«<i. 1983-91 

Ordinance. Passed 2204-5 

Roadway width established, from E. 75th st. to E. 

79th St. Ordinance, Passed 901-2 

Roadway width established, from E. 87th st. to E. 88th 

St. Ordinance. Passed 901 

Water supply pipe, from E. 75th st. to E. 79th st. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from E. 87th st. to E. 88th st. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Kinsie, Minnie : Claim. To Finance 896 

Kinzie st. : 

Canopy at s. w. cor. of N. Clark st. (See under the 

heading "Thompson (John R.) Co.") 
Elevated switch tracks over and across the street, west 
of N. Claremont av. (See under "Crofts (Wm. L.) 
and Corydon A. Reed" under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from N. Laramie av. to 

Pine av. Order, to Finance 636 

Sidewalk, from N. Peoria st. to N. Sangamon st. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 1685 

Sidewalk, from N. Sangamon st. to N. Morgan st. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 2503 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Kinzua av. : Sewers, from Devon av. to 200 ft. southeast- 

erly of Leoti av., from I^oti av. to 110 ft. northwesterly 
of Algonquin av., from Tahoma av. to 100 ft. northwest- 
erly thereof, from Hiawatha av. to 75 ft. northwesterly 
thereof, and from Sioux av. to 120 ft. northwesterly of 
Chicora a v. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. 
Cicero av., etc." under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 
Kiona av. : Sewer, from Leland av. to 40 ft. northeasterly 

of Kelso av. Ordinance, Passed 948 

Kipley, Winnif red H. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1950 

Kipp's Express & Van Co. : Notice of application to the 

Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport property by motor 
trucks between Chicago and Joliet, 111. Come, from 

the City Clerk (referred Dec. 6, 1922, p. 1429), Filed. .Qll-12 

Kirchhoff, Michael : Driveways. Order, Passed 641 

Kirk, O. : Claim. To Finance . 1470 

Kirsch, Benjamin: Sign. Order, Passed 932 

Kirschbaum, Sarah : Driveways. Order, Passed 898 

Kissel, Ben D. : Remodeling of building. Order, to BZtijfs. . .1462 

Passed 1700 

Kissell, Ben D. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1521 

Kittredge (R. J.) & Co. : Loading platform. Ordinance, 

to Local Ind 935 

Parsed 1156-7 

Acceptance and bond. See » 1558 

Kitty Katty Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 98 

Vetoed and to G.^ O. & E. L 108 

To Bldgs 528 

Filed 749-50 



"Kiwanis Square" : Name for the Intersection of Broad- 

way, Montrose av. and Sheridan road. (See under the 
heading "Street nomenclature".) 

Klank, John P. : Driveway. Order, Passed 959 

Klarkowski, Dr. Boleslaus : Resignation as a member of 

the Board of Education. Noted 240-1 

Klasen, Rev. Michael : Free permits for erection of church 

building. Order, Passed 2187 

Klatt, Louis: Driveways. (See under the heading "Lunge, 

F.") 
Kleeman, Benton F. : Appropriation for payment for serv- 
ices in connection with the l4ike Calumet harbor devel- 
opment. See 221S 

Kleiber, Frank J.: Driveway. Order, Passed 2083 

Klein, John M. & Joseph A. : Switch track. (See under 

the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Klein, Loon J. : Vacation of an alley in Race's Addn. to 

Irving Park. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Klexton, Frank: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1117 

To Bd. of Appeals 1220 

Klien, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 162 

Klinke, Harry W. : 

.Vppointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Klooster, John : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

to Finance 97 

Filed 610 

KIoss, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Kloth, John: Claim. To Finance 1951 

Ivlukaczcewski, S. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1227 

Passed 2048. 

Kniiecik. Stanley : Claim. To Finance 2503 

Knapp, George: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Knight Light and Soda Fountain Co. : Driveways. Or- 
der, Passed , 1299 

Knights of Columbus Corp. : Approval of plans for venti- 
lation of building. Order, Passed 1684 

Knipp and Krueggel : Remodeling of drinking fountain. 

Order, Passed 1238 

Knobbe, John W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1469 

Knobe (H. C.) & Co.: Driveway. Order, Passea 155 

Kobilak. Charles: Canopy (permission to Charles Kobilak 

and John Remijas) . Order, Passed 1030 

Kobylanski, Joseph: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Kochanski, Chester : Sign. Order, Passed 1685 

Koclanis, Gus : Claim. To Finance 903 

Koehl, H. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Koehler, Fred A.: Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Koehler, Dr. G. : Compensation for extra services. Or- 
der, Passed 1443 

Amended 1747 

Koenigsberg, Paul B. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Kohl, Harry : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Kohr, Chas. F. : Completion of shed. Order, Passed ..1955 

Kolar. Andrew J. : Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Kolar, John : Real estate office building. Order, Passed.1387 

Kolb, B. : Claim: Order, Passed 419-20 

Kolder, John W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Koler, John J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1381 

Kolin av. : 

Sewer, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 299 

Sewer, from W. 63rd st. to W. 65th st. Ordinance, 

Passed ." 299 

Kolmar av. : 

Sewers, from Foster av. to Kennison av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 948-9 

Sewers, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd St., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 389 

Switch track across the street, south of Rice st. (See 
under "Chicago Wood & Coal Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from Park av. to 141 ft. south. 

Order, to Finance 1860 

Passed 2030 

Water supply pipe, from 191 ft. north of Elston av. to 

Kennison av. Order, Passed 1177-8 



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100 



INDEX 



1923-24 



Kolodzlej, Joseph : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Komensky av. : 

Sewer, from W. 59th st. to W. 63rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 299 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Kominsky, Andrew : Two-story and apartment building. 

Order, to Bldgs 209 

To Bd. of Appeals 1128 

Konkolewski, Michael : Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

Konomos, Peter: Claim. Order, Passed 413-14 

Kopelka, Otto H. : Claim. Amendatory Order, Passed. . 411 

Kopf, John M. : Sign. Order, Parsed 1668 

Kopp, Anna R. and Lillian R. : Acquisition, by the City, 
of rights to certain lands on the shore of Lake Calumet. 

Ordinance, Passed 231 

Kops, A. : Alterations in building. Order, Passed. . . . 430 

Korbakis, J. P. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Korbas, Mary : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Kores, John : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Kornblith, B. : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1228 

Filed 1380 

Koscielski, Thomas: Switch track. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks'".) 
Kosher Star Sausage Mfg. Co. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 922 

Kosick, Frank : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Koski, Aniela : Canopy. Order, Passed 910 

Kostakos, L. : Claim. Order, Defei~red and Pwb 2468 

Kostner av. : 

Paving and improving, from Ainslie st. to Foster av. 

See "Paving and improving, from Lawrence av. to 

Argyle St., etc." under the heading "Kenneth av.") 

Sewer, from W. .j9th st. to W. 63rd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 300 

Sewer, from ^Y. 03rd st. to W. 6.5tb st. OrCInance, 

Passed 300 

Shed at No. 1220 S. : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldijs 926 

Kostner, Joseph O. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Commendation of the Mayor and executive departments. 

Noted 827 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 5 

Kotzalas, Nick : Ventilating shaft. Ordinance, to Local 

Ind 954 

Passed 1157 

Kouse, Albert Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 473 

Kowalczyk, Rev. S. : Maintenance of church building. 

Order, Passed 773 

Kowalski, Mike : Anto-shed. Order, Passed 762 

Kowohl, Erwin A.: Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 

Kozdemba, Frank : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 387 

Kozel, J. J. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1391 

Passed 1700 

Kozo, Frank: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Kraber, Bertha and Louis D. : Vacation of an alley in 

Wm. H. Britigan's Resub. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Kralovec Motor Corp. : 

Auto truck (Ford) : sale to the City. Order, Passed.. 1306 

Automobiles (Ford) : sale to the City. Orders, Passed 

235. 489 

Kramer, H. J. : Cancellation of lease for space on the 

Municipal Pier. Ordinance, Passed 252-3 

Kramer and Stearns: Driveways. Order, Passed 381 

Krantz, Stanley : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 305 

Krasney, William : Sign. Orders, Passed 2019, 2080 

Krasnowsky Bros. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, Passed 679-80 

Kratockvil, Albert : Addition to building. Order, to 

B^s ^ 924 

Passed 1010 

Kraus, Rose M. : Claim. Filed . 702-4 

Krause, Carl : Claim. Order, Passed I137 

Krause, Charles : Claim. Order, Passed 558 

Krause, Joseph : Sign. Order, Passed I866 

Krauss, Adolph : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 



Kravitz, Nathan : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

^'<*ffs 1037 

Passed 1277 

Second Order, Passed 1523 

Krech, John J. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Krecz, Frank : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Kreiling, Mr. : Addition to building. Order, to 

^Wi/s 316-17 

Passed) 494-5 

Krejci, Mrs. K. : Maintenance and occupancy of sheds. 

Orders, Passed 305 

Krema, Joseph J.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1051 

Krembal, Mrs. J. : Maintenanpe of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs , 926 

Passed 1104-5 

Kriesberg, W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Krispin, John : Sign. Order, Passed 778 

Kroeppler, Gus : Claims. To Finance .'. 1785, 2138 

Kroger, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 160 

Krolekowski, B. : Addition to building. Order, Passed.. 295 

Kroll, Alex.: Sign. Order, Passed 2187 

Kropp Forge Co. : Sale of shafts and keys to the City. 

Order, Passed 2519 

Krowech, Wm. : Sign. Order, Passed 915-16 

Krug Excavating Co. : Sale of black loam to the City. 

Order, Passed 2194 

Krug, Fred : Temporary office building. Order, to 

Bldgs 629 

Passed 744 

Krug (Fred) Wrecking Co. : Withdrawal of license bond. 

Order, Passed 294 

Kruger, Gus : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. . . . 387 

Passed 655 

Krump, Peter S. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1232 

Passed 1370 

Kruse, C. : Claim. To Finance 1962 

Kruse, Nicholas : Maintenance of building. ( See under 

the heading "Phillips, I.") 
Kruzka, Rev. Joseph : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 1475 

Krysiak, Joseph : Driveway. Order, Passed 475 

Kuban, M. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. 151 

Passed 430 

Kuehnois, Tom : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Kucinskis, Frank : 

Claim. To Finance 1292 

Refund of a portion of fee paid for maintenance of gaso- 
line tanks. Ordinance, Passed 1312-13 

Kuhlman Electric Co. : Sale of transformers to the City. 

Order, Passed 1534 

Kulovitz, Frank : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Kunstmann, Ernest J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Kimter, Fred : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. 2515 

Kuntzman, Charles : Remodeling of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2076 

Deferred and Puh 2482 

Kuppenheimer. Albert: Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

Kurty, Dr. M. G. : Sign. Order, Passed 475 

Kurz Bros. Co. : Box chutes. Ordinance, to Local Ind. . 954 

Passed 2201-2 

Kussel, Gabe : Driveway. Orders, Passed 2492 

Kussell. Gabe, Driveways. Order, Passed 1521-2 

Kutehinsky, I.: Sign. Order, Passed 1681 

Kwiatkowski, L. : Maintenance of auto^shed : Order, 

Passed 774- 

Kylloe, B. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

L. 

L. and P. Printing Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1018 

Labor unions. (For data, if any, in connection with union 
labor employed by the City, see the various items under 
the heading "City employes".) 

Laborers in the City's employ. (For general data, if any, see 
under the heading "City employes". For items con- 
cerning laborers in a particular department or bureau, see 
under the name of such department or bureau.) 

La Bosquet, Maurice : Vacation of alleys in Board of Trade 
Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys". 1 



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INDEX 



101 



I.al!ow and Chiperin Drug Co.: Sign. Order, /»ns.V(rf. . .1521 

Liichovvicz, S. 1). : Construction of building. Order, to 

BWj/s ■ • ■ 9^-t 

To linartl of Ajipcnls 1220 

La Crosse av. : 

Sewer, from W. 03rd st. to 20 ft. nortli of W. Ootli st. 

Ordinance, Passed 381) 

Water supply pipe, from 125 ft. north of Blston av. to 

200 ft. northward. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic : Tag day. 

(See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Lafayette av. : 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 91st st. to W. 9">rd st. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Lafayette parlvw:iy : Stairway and jetty at Lalve Michigan : 

recommendation for construction so as to make the 
waters of the shore accessible to l)athers. (See the re- 
port of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under 
"Lake Michignn" under the lieading "Streets".) 

Laffey. John: Driveways. Order. Passed 2173 

Laflin st. : 

Paving, from W. S3rd st. to W. S7th st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 85th st. to W. STth st.. etc." under the 
heading "Bishop st.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer at the e.-and-w. alley 
first north of W. STth st. I See the notations under 
"Paving, from W. 85th st. to W. STth st., etc." 
under the heading "Bishop St.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Va- 
, cations of streets".) 

LaPorce, Ida ; Vacation of alleys in Cremin and Brenan's 

Fair View Park Sub. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of alleys".) 
Lake Calumet: Harbor matters. (For data, if any, see 

the heading "Harbors".) 
Lake Calumet Harbor Fund. (See under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Lake Dawn Sanitarium .\ssn. : Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 
"Lake front development — Illinois Central ordinance". (See 
under "Illinois Central Railroad Co." under the heading 
"Railroads".) 
Lake Michigan : 

Bathing beaches. (See under the headings "Bathing 
Beaches" and "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Bathing facilities at street ends between Grace st. and 
the northern City limits. (See the notatiolfc under 
"Lake Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Docks and bulkheads at street ends along the lake : ap- 
propriation for repair and replacement. See....230T 
Harbor matters. (See the heading "Harbors".) 
Street ends : authority for the construction of jetties at 

certain street ends. Order, Passed 693-4 

Street ends at the Lake : recommendation that steps be 
taken to make the waters of the shore accessible at 
all street ends and that all east-and-west streets not 
now extended to the Lake be opened up as much as 
possible to the shore. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Submerged lands along the shore of the Lake to the west 
line of Lincoln Park : recommendation that private 
owners reclaiming such lands be not granted permits 
■ for bulkheads (sea walls) unless provision is made 
to make the waters of the shore accessible to bath- 
ers. (See the report of the Com. on Local Indus- 
tries, etc., noted under "Lake Michigan" under the 
heading "Streets".) 
Lake Park av. : , 

Canopy at No. 5314. ( See under the heading "Hyde Park 

Amusement Co.") 
Sidewalk, from E. 54th st. to E. 55th st. (w. side). 

Ordinance. Passed 1022-3 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Lake Shore Athletic Club : Projection of piers for building. 

Come. (C. P. W.), to L0C07 Ind 1342 

Lake Shore Drive Building: Driveways. Order, Passed. 319 

Lake Shore Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 



Lake State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under the 

heading "Hanks and l)anUing".) 
Lake st. : 

Canopy at No. 31 W. (See under the lieading "North- 
western University".)) 
Encroachments in sidewalk space at s. w. cor. of S. Union 
av. (See under the heading "Durand-McNeil-Hor- 
ner Co.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 65 E. 

Ordinance, Passed 2109 

Paving and improving, from IMne av. to N. Austin boul. 

Ordinance, Passed 1862 

Premises No. 343 W. : claim of owner. To Finance. . .17 'il 
Shed at No. 2248 W. : permission tfor maintenance. 

Order, to Bldgs 154 

Passed 430 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Lake Superior Piling Co. : ' Sale of oak piles to the City. 

■Order, Passed 1T25 

Lake View Avenue Trust (2450) : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 954 

Lake View Crib. (See under "Water system" under the 

lieading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Lake View Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Lake View State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See un- 

der the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Lake View Trust and Savings Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Sign ( roof) . Order, to Bldgs 1744 

Vacation of an alley in Kemnitz and Wolff's Sub. (See 
under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Lakemacher, Herman : Alterations in building. Order, 

to Bldgs 1686 

Passed 1847 

Lakeside pi. : Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan : 

recommendation that the wall be not disturbed. (See 
the report of the Com. on Local Industries, etc.. noted 
under "Lake Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Lakeview Pharmacy : Sign. Order, Passed 1054 

Lalley, J. A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 142 

Lally, Frank M. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1950 

Lally, Martin J. : Claim. Order, Parsed 2450 

Lalowski, Prank : Claim. To Finance 321 

Lamberg. Otto : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1121 

Passed 1213 

Lambert Tree Medal. (For data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Fire Department" or under the heading "Police. 
Department of".) 
Lambros Brothers : Construction of building. Order, to 

BUgs 1221 

Lambros, T. : Claim. To Finance 901 

Lambur, George B. : Sign. Order, Passed 96-7 

Lamon av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. Division st. 

and Thomas st. Order, Passed 636 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Belmont av. (See 
the notations under "Pavings and improving, from N. 
Cicero av. to N. Central av." under the heading "Bel- 
mont av.") 
Sewer, from W. 63rd st. to 20 ft. north of W. 65th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 389 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Lamon Av. Methodist Episcopal Church : Free permits for 

erection of church building. Order, Passed 939 

Landgraf, Irving R. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1238-9 

Landreth, ,J. P.: Claim. To Finance 146-7 

Landwer, Samuel. (See the heading "Laudwer, Samuel".) 

Lane, Mrs. A. M. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Lange & Pelins : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Lange, M. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

"Langley av." : Name for Ellis Park. (See under the 

heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Langlois, Walter : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in cer- 

tain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 
the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 

Lanigan, Joseph E. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Lanski, Israel and Samuel: Canopy. Order, Passed.. 379 

Lapatko, John. (See the heading "Lopatko, John".) 



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1923-24 



Laporte av. : 

Sewer, from W. 63rd st. to 20 ft. north of W. 65th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 389 

Sidewalks, from Wilson av. to Sunnyside av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 949 

La Porte, Tony : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs.1229 

Passed 1370-1 

Laramie av. : Opening of the street, between Lynch av. 

and Indian road. Ordinance, Passed 405 

Larkin, George : Claim. To Finance 1954 

Larks Pleasure Club : Signs. Order, Passed 1686 

Larrabee st. : Canopy at Nos. 1622-26. (See under the 

heading "Edelmann, Frank B.") 
Larretta ct. : Conduit under and across the street, north 

of Tilden st. (See under the heading "Automatic Elec- 
tric Co.") 

Larsen, A. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs 302 

Passed 495 

Larson, Christ : Driveway. Order, Passed 929 

Larson, Fred: Dormer windows. Order, to Bldgs 916 

Passed 1010 

Larson, Gust. : Construction and occupancy of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1483 

Passed 2150 

Larson, Olaf : Building and auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs.1383 

Passed 1701 

La Salle, A.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

LaSalle Building Corp.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1114 

La Salle Extension University : Claims. Orders, De- 
ferred and Pub 2469 

LaSalle st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Building at No. 1164 N. : permission for construction. 

Order, to Bldgs 1690 

Passed 2048 

Canopy at Nos. 401-9 S. (See under the heading "Hotel 

Sherman Co.") 
Loading platform (with ramps) at the n. e. cor. of W. 
24th St. (See under the heading "Sherwin-Williams 
Co., The".) 
Loading platform at Nos. 2321-23 S. (See under the 

heading "Mendelson Bros. Paper Stock Co.") 
Pipe line and cable, south of W. Austin av. (See under 

the heading "Bastian-Blessing Co., The".) 
Roadway width established, from W. 120th st. to W. 121st 

St. Ordinance, Passed 761 

Sidewalks, from W. 93rd st. to W. 95th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 1026 

Water supply pipe, from W. 51st st. to W. 53rd st. 

Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 354 ft. south of W. 120th st. 

to W. 121st St. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 120th st. to. 420 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Widening of the street, from W. Washington st. to 

Eugenie st. Resolution, to Local Ind 143 

Reoommitted 423 

Filed 527 

To Local Ind 641-2 

Widening of the street, from W. Washington st. to W. 
Ohio st. : condemnation and other proceedings. 

Recom. and Ordinance, Puh. and to Local Ind 334-6 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 1313 

Order (authorizing certain expenditures in con- 
nection with the proposed widening). Passed 688 

Appropriation for preliminary expense. See.... 2270 
Widening of the street, from W. Washington st. to W. 
Ohio St. : authority for employment of experts, spe- 
cial counsel, payment of bills, etc. (See the various 
notations under "Employes" under the heading "Local 
Improvements, Board of".) 
Lasker Iron Works : 

Gasoline heater : sale to the City. Order. Passed 489 

Road rollers : repair for the City. Order, Passed 2452 

Steel smoke stack : sale to the City. Order, Passed. .2118-19 
Structural and cast steel repairs : sale to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 2063-4 

Lasker, Jacob : Canopy. Order, Passed 1402 

Lasser, A. : Sign. Order, Passed 2I8I 

Lathrop (Ebenezer) Estate: Claim. Ordinance, Passed. 1926 



Latrobe av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from W. Washington boul. 

to Fulton St. Order, Passed 549 

Water supply pipe, from Grand av. to 185 ft. south there- 
of. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Lau, Victor: Claim. Order, Possed 556-7 

Laudwer, Samuel L. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Launder, Walter D. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Lauro, Alphonso : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Lavergne av. : 

Paving and improving, from Sunnyside av. to Montrose 

av. Ordinance, Passed 2136 

Sidewalk, from W. Monroe st. to W. Congress st. (w. 

side). Ordinance, Passed 2179 

Sidewalk, from School st. to Belmont av. (w. side). Or- 
dinance, Passed 218 

Sidewalks, from Avondale av. to Montrose av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 1050 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Nevada st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Agatite av. to Sunnyside av. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Wolfram st. to 48 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Iiaw, Department of: 

Annual report : authority for printing (Fred J. Ringley &. 

Co.). Order, Passed 2518 

Annual report for 1923. Filed 1979 

Annual report for 1923 : authority for printing. Come. 

(Corp. Counsel) and Order, to Finance 2158 

Appropriations (annual). See 2218-21 

(Journal corrected, pp. 2369-70.) 
Employes : 

Law clerks and stenographers : adjustment of salary 

rates. Order, Passed 750 

Amended 1134-5 

Office Manager: establishment of the position in the 
Corporation Counsel's office. Order, Deferred 

and Pub 1310-11 

Experts, special counsel, etc : 

Appropriations for salaries, etc. (See the appropria- 
tions for the Department of Law, noted above.) 
Order (authorizing payment of compensation to Ku- 
gene H. Dupee for special and extra services), 

Passed 1443 

Ordinaflce (authorizing employment and fixing rates 
of compensation of special counsel, law clerks 
and engineers in telephone-rate and traction 

litigation), to Finance 246-7 

Passed 335 

Ordinance (authorizing employment of special counsel, 
etc., in street-improvement matters on an annual 
salary basis in lieu of a per diem basis and fixing 

rates of compensation), to Finance 245-6 

Passed 354 

Ordinance (repealing an ordinance passed May 3, 
1920, authorizing a contract with Mitchell, Cas- 
tenholz & Co. for accounting work in connection 

with traction litigation ) , to Finance 246-7 

Passed 355 

Ordinance (repealing an ordinance, passed May 3, 
1920, fixing rates of compensation of certain spe- 
cial counsel and an engineer in telephone-rate 

litigation), to Finance 246-7 

Passed 355.6 

Ordinance (repealing an ordinance, passed May 3, 
1920, fixing rates of compensation of certain spe- 
cial counsel and real estate experts in traction 

litigation), to Finance 246-7 

Passed 355 

i Ordinance (repealing an ordinance, passed May 3, 
1920, authorizing a contract with the Adams- 
Beatty-Francois Corporation for an appraisal of 
street railroad and elevated railroad lines), to 

Finance 246-7 

Passed 356 

General Assemblly (53rd) : activities of the Department 
at the regular session of the Assembly. Report, 

Puh. and Filed 843-4 

Opinions of the Corporation Counsel : 

Power of the City to impose regulations on elevated 
railroads. Opinion, Pub. and to Local Trans. 
438-44 



1923-24 



INDEX 



103 



I>aw, Depajrtment of: 

Opinions of the Corporation Counsel : 

Fewer of the City Council to regulate and control tJie 
operation of motorbuses in streets of the city 
of Chicago. Opinion (referred Nov. 23, 1921, 

p. 1300) , Filed eil-12 

Forfeiture of rights of Chicago Surface Lines under 
the "Settlement Ordinances" of 1907 and the 
"Unification Ordinance" of 1913. Opinion, 

Pub. and Filed 828-32 

Naming of private property by the City Council. 

Opinion, Noted 1^'^^ 

Operation of vending machines and rental of space on 

elevated railroad platforms. Opinion, i>u6. 1979-80 
Eligibility of persons to the office of Superintendent 
of Schools and the oflSce of Supervisor of Play- 
grounds. Opinion, Puh Wiii) 

Rugs: authority for purchase (Marshall Field & Co.). 

Order, Parsed 1071 

Settlements of lawsuits, etc. : 

Reports (April, May, June, July, August, September, 
October, November and December, 1923, and Jan- 
uary, February and March, 1924), Filed 

247, 438, G77, 1080, 1341, 13.-59, 1505, 1789, 2105, 2403 
Special counsel employed by a particular department or 
bureau. (See under the subhead "Employes", under 
the name of such department or bureau.) 
Suit of City of Chicago vs. Illinois Brick Co. : in the mat- 
ter of the adjudication of certain property Interests 
of J. O. Ingebretsen Involved in case No. 90096 Cir- 
cuit Court. Order and Come. (Parke Longworth), 

to Harbors ^^^ 

Suit of Samuel Grossman vs. City of Chicago et al (bill 
to compel accounting of "Pageant of Progress") : set- 
tlement of the suit. Come. (City Compt.), Pub. 

and to Finance 1890-2 

Ordinance, Passed ^140 

Suits against the City arising out of the Eastland Dis- 
aster : appropriation for preparation and trial of 

cases. See 2220 

Suits pending against the City wherein the Mayor Is a 
party defendant : direction for payment of final judg- 
ments in an amount not exceeding $1,200. Order 

(referred Feb. 21, 1923,, p. 1869), Filed 371-2 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Typewriters : authority for purchase, and exchange of old 

typewriters in part payment. Order, passed .... 485 
Lawder Brothers : Sale of Ford automobiles to the City. 

Order, Passed 1491 

Lawler, John J. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Lawler, Michael : Vacation of S. Bishop and l^aflin sts. 
(See the notations under "Bishop st." under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Lawley, James H. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Lawn Filling Station : Driveways. Order, Passed 1736 

Lawndale av. : 

Paving, from Sunny side av. to Montrose av., etc. (sys- 
tem ) . Ordinance, Passed ^19 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. Roosevelt road to 

Douglas boul. Order, to Finance 153 

Sewer, from Sanitary District Channel to W. 32nd St., 
etc. (system). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. 

and to Local Ind 509-16 

(Journal corrected, p. 585.) 

Ordinance, Passed 719-20 

Order (directing abandonment of proceedings for 
the improvement) , Passed 1476 

Sewer, from 450 ft. south of W. 32nd st. to 430 ft. south 
thereof. (See "Sewer, from Sanitary District Chan- 
nel to W. 32nd St., etc." above.) 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Lawrence av. : 

Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan: recommendation 
that the wall be not disturbed. (See the report of 
the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Canopy at Nos. 3102-04. (See under the heading "Lohley, 
Albert".) 



Lawrence av. : 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from alley first west of 
Broadway to Magnolia av., and from Broadway to 

Magnolia av. (n. side). Ordinance, Passed 2139 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2401 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Broadway to Mag- 
nolia av. (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Sidewalk, from North Shore Channel to N. Sacramento 

av. (n. side). Ordinance, Passed 2184 

Sidewalks, from N. Kedzie av. to N. Kimball av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed ^1^* 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water supply pipe, from Clarendon av. to 72 ft. westward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Virginia av. to 120 ft. westward. 

Order, Passed • ■ .1177-8 

Lawson, George : Claim. To Finance ^-'■^ 

Lawsuits against the City of Chicago. (For general data, if 
any, see under "Suits" under the heading "Law, Depart- 
ment of". For lawsuits against particular officials, see 
under the names of such officials.) 
Laye, James E. : Real estate office (permission to James E. 

Laye and F. T. Clayhorn). Order, Passed 2013 

Laznovsky, Emil : Driveways. Order, Passed 946 

Lazzari, Paul : Driveways. (See under the heading "Mardi, 

Peter".) 
Lead (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers and 
junk".) 

Leases, Paul : Sign. order. Passed ^^^ 

Leases of property authorized by the City Council. (See the 
various notations under the heading "City property, 
leases, etc.") 

(For leases of portions of public streets and alleys 
authorized by the Committe.e on Finance, see un- 
der "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, 
etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Leather goods : In the matter of the pawer of the City to 
license establishments selling leather goods. Order, 
Passed • l^^t) 

Leavltt St. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from W. 18th st. to the 

C, B. & Q. R. R. Order, Passed 9x3 

Paving and Improving, from 363 ft. north of Devon av. to 
132 ft. north of Arthur av. (See "Paving and im- 
proving, from N. Robey st. to N. Western av. etc." 
under the heading "Arthur av.") 
Sewer, from 20 ft. south of e.-and-w. alley first south of 
Arthur av. to 90 ft. south of Arthur av., also sewer 
connecting with the sewer in Arthur av. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from N. 
Robey st. to N. Western av., etc." under the head- 
ing "Arthur av.") 
Sewer, from W. 93rd st. to W. 92nd pi. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." under the head- 
ing "Aberdeen st.") 
Water supply pipe, from W. Chicago av. to W. Superior 

St. Order, Passed 800-3 

Leavy, Francis X.: Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Leclalre av. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Belmont 

av. (See the notations under "Paving and Improving, 
from N. Cicero av. to N. Central av." under the heading 
"Belmont av.") 
Lederer, Wm. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs. . .1027 

Passed i"^^! 

Lee, A. E. : Driveway. Orders, Passed 1023, 1116 

Lee, Mrs. B. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. ..1038 

Passed 1277 

Lee, Henry W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 758-9 

Leffingwell & Co. : Ornamental vases in parkway. Order, 

Passed • - ■ • • 551 

Legislation, State. (See the heading "State legislation".) 
Legislature, State. (See "General Assembly" under the head- 
ing "Illinois, State of".) 
LeGros, William W. : Removal from office as a member of 
the Retirement Board of the Policemen's Annuity and 
Benefit Fund. Noted 833-4 



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1923-24 



Lehigh av. : Sewers, from Devon av. to 65 ft. southeasteily 

of Algonquin av., from Algonquin av. to 60 ft. southeast- 
erly of Waukesha av., from Waukesha av. to 50 ft. south- 
easterly of Ponchartrain boul., and from Hiawatha av. 
to 60 ft. southeasterly of Loleta av. (See "Sewer, from 
N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under the heading 
"Bryn Mawr av.") 
Lehigh Valley Coal Sales Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 

929-30 

Lehman, Ernest S. : Compromise settlement of warrant for 

collection. Order, Passed 781 

Lehmann, Otto : Claim. To Finance 1960 

Leibrandt, Charles R. : Claim. Filed HTl--' 

Leiand av. : 

Opening and extending of the street, from Clarendon av. 

to Lake Michigan. Ordinance, Passed 937-8 

Opening of the street from Clarendon av. to Lake Michi- 
gan : recommendation for hastening of the improve- 
ment and request for ascertaining whether the City 
, is the lawful owner of streets through such property. 
(See the report of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., 
noted under "Lake Michigan" under the heading 
"Streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 384 ft. west of N. Major av. to 

N. Menard av. Order, Passed 8.")0-:^ 

Leiand Electric Co. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 407 

Filed 1457 

Le Mai av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to Hiawatha av. 
(See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." 
under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 
Lembeyer, Joseph : Maintenance of porch enclosure. Or- 
der, to Bldgs lOoS 

Passed 1277 

Lemont av. : Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 
Lemoyne st. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Cicero av. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from W. 
Chicago av. to W. North av.. etc." under the head- 
ing "Cicero av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Western a v. (See 
"Paving and improving, from W. North av. to W. 
Chicago av." under "Widening, etc." under the head- 
ing "Western av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

I.entz (Chas. N.) Dairy Co. : Claim. Filed 702-4 

Recommitted to Finance 1383 

Leo Club : Endorsement of request for increases in salary 

rates of clerks employed by the City. Resolution, to 

Finance 2157 

Leon, Harry: Sign. Order, Passed 1522 

Leonard, Jerry : Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs. 400 

Passed 655 

Leonardo, Joseph : Claim. Filed 1458 

Leoti av. : Sewer, from Nokomis av. to 125 ft. northwest- 

erly thereof, and from Lillard av. to Kinzua av. (See 
"Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under 
the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Lerman, Sam : Sign. Order, Passed 1681 

Lerner, Jos. T. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Lescher. Whitman & Co. : Sale of police uniforms to the 

City. Come. (Supt. of Police), to Police 1711-12 

To Finance 1878 

Lev Brothers : Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed 1041 

Ijevigan, J. F. : Claim. To Finance 1129 

Levin, Hyman : Driveways. Orders, Passed 1228, 1473 

L,evin. I. : Claim. Filed 610 

L,evin, John : Sign. Order, Passed 1122 

Levin. Meyer: Driveway. Order, Passed 1386 

Levin. R. : Sign. Order. Passed 16S3 

Levinson, Dr. J. G. : Compromise settlement of warrant 

for collection. Come. (City Compt.), to Finance ... .1890 

Levy, Edward : Claim. Order, Passed 516 

Xewis Furniture Co. : Sign. Ol-der, to Bldgs 1688 

To Local Ind 1732 

Xewis, John : Maibtenance of building. Order, to Bldgs. 941 

Passed 1010 

T^wis and Simon : Sign. Order. Passed 1693 

Lewison, Philip : Driveway. Order, Passed 296 

Lexington st. : Switch track (elevated) across the street, 

adjoining the P., C, C. & St. L. R. R. (See under the 
heading "National Biscuit Co.") 



I 



Liberal League : Request for opening of the Municipal 
Lodging House for the accommodation of the unemployed 
and destitute. Come, (referred Oct. 18, 1922, p. 1060), 
Filed 703 

Liberty Trust & Savings Bank : 

Claim. Order, Passed . .1141 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Liberty Yeast Corp. : Driveways. Order, Passed 930 

Library Bureau : Sale of filing equipment to the City. 

Order, Passed 1490-1 

Library, Chicag'o Public: 

Annual report for 1923. Filed 2160 

Appointments of members to the board of directors. (See 
under the heading "Appointments'.) 

.Appropriations (annual). See 2311 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading "Tax- 
ation and taxes".) 
Tax fund for the support of the Library. (For data, if 

any, see under the heading "Finance".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 

Library (Chicago Public) Tax Fund. (See under the heading 

"Finance".) 

Library, Municipal Reference. (See the heading "Statistics 

and Municipal Reference Library, Bureau of".) 

Xiicense, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2216, 2334 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2372 

Certain Items, Amended 2526 

Appropriations (supplementary) . See 594-5 

Employes : 

.Assistant Chief License Investigator : compensation 
for use of personally-owned automobile. Or- 
der, Passed 485-6 

Amended 537 

License investigators : appropriation for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 594-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See. . . . 836 
License investigators : limitation in number to be em- 
ployed prior to the passage of the annual Appro- 
priation Bill for 1923. Amendment to ordi- 
nance (for Jan. 1923) (referred Jan. 17, 1923), 

Filed 371-2 

Sundry employes : payment of salaries from June to 

Dec. 1923, incl. Order, Passed 790-1 

Superintendent : designation as a member of the Rev- 
enue Comn. Ordinance, Passed 1956 

License notification books : authority for purchase (Chi- 

cfigo Sales Book Co.). Order, Passed ;. .261-2 

Operating expenses of the department. Order (author- 
izing expenditures for the month of May, 1923), 

Passed 232 

Order (authorizing the payment of supplementary 
payrolls) , Passed 687-8 

Xiicense regulations (greneral) : 

(For items concerning particular subjects, see under 
the respective headings.) 
Amusement licenses : requirement for approval of appli- 
cations by the City Council. Ordinance, to Judi- 
ciary 380 

Subst. Ordinance, Passed 382 

Reconsidered and Filed 658 

(Journal corrected, p. 585.) 
Applications for licenses : temporary withholding of ap- 
proval pending a report of the Com. on Judiciary. 

Order, Passed 380 

Vetoed and to Judiciary 438 

Filed 751 

Bonds required in connection with licenses. (For data, 
if any, see the various notations under the heading 
"Bonds and bond issues".) 
Enlargement of the licensing powers of the City of Chi- 
cago : request for enactment of a Bill. Resolution, 

Adopted, and Bill, Pub 209-13 

. Second Resolution, Adopted «3J 



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Iiicense regulations (g-eneral) : 

Fees (Hceaso) to be paid in luiv.-ince : payment at' fee not 
to be construed as the issuance of a license ; pro- 
vision for refunds of fees in cases wliere licenses are 
not approved and applicants are not operating the 
business and for issuance of ••I'rovisional Licenses" 
in cases where licenses are not approved and appli- 
cants have been engaged in l)usiness for the greater 
part of periods for which licenses are applied for. 

Ordinance, i'aaised TUO 

Keport of newspaper pub.ication. See 01)9-7 

Order (directing enforcement of the ordi- 
nance), Passed IGSO 

Issuance of licenses : authority fOK issuance of licenses to 
establishments in operation subject to subsequent 
approval of applications by City departments. Or- 
der, Poiscd 700 

Repeal of sundry license ordinances. Ordinance, Passed 

140-5-0 

"Residential" districts under the "Zoning ordinance" : 
prohibition against the issuance of licenses for the 
operation of new stores in such districts. Order, 

Passed 10.5 

Revocations of licenses : appointment of a commission to 
give hearings on proposed revocations. Uesoiution, 

to Finance 202:i 

Transfers of licenses : fee for transfers shown in Sec. 2811 
changed to conform with Sec. 2430. Ordinance. 

Passed 14.><8 

Report of newspaper publication. See 15.jO 

Unpaid license fees and taxes : extension of contract for 

collection (Italph U. Bradley). Order, Passed.... 781 

Lichtman, S. : Claim (presented as claim of S. Lichtman 

and H. Chalfin) . Order, Passed 24.j4 

Lieb av. : Widening, from Gettysburg st. to Loring av. 

Ordinance, Passed 048 

Liebecke, Winfield S. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

I^ieberman, M. : Claim. Ordei; Passed olG-17 

Life guards. (For data, if any, see under "Employes" under 
the heading "Parks. Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches. 
Bureau of".) 
Lifts in sidewalk space. (See under the respective streets and 
alleys, and under the names of particular individuals, 
etc. For miscellaneous data, see under "Occupation of 
streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Lightbecker, John : Driveway. Order. Passed 032 

Lightfoot av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to Leoti av. ( See 

Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under 
the heading "Bryn JIawr av.") 
Ligocki, Prank : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldga 1307 

Liljedahl, Peter : Maintenance of addition to building. 

Order, Passed 1474 

Lillard av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to Dowagiac av. 

(See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." 
under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Lilly & Crouch : Claim. To Finance 1220 

Limback, Joseph: Auto-sjied. Order, to Bldgs 152 

Passed 430 

Lincoln Auto Painting & Trimming Co. : Driveway. Or- 
der, Passed 1240 

Lincoln av. : 

Canopy at No. 2153. (See under the heading "Pastor, 

Josef P.") 
Canopy at Nos. 4715-17. (See under the heading "Las- 

ker, Jacob".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited between FuUerton av. 
and 100 ft. northwest (w. side). Ordinance, 

Passed 704-5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 0(59-70 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited jn front of No. 3228. 

Ordinance, Passed 202(5 

Report of newspaper publication. See 215(3 

Pump (gasoline) at No. 4346. (See under the heading 

"Paktor, Mr.") 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from Center st. to Wright- 
wood av. Order, to Finance 321 

Order (directing resurfacing from Pullerton to 

Wrightwood) , Passed 695 

Sidewalks, from Berteau av. to Grace st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 222 

Sign at No. 4300 : direction for removal. Order, Passed. 1240 
Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 



Lincoln Avenue Bu.^iness Men's Assn. ; Banners. Orders, 

J'<'ssed 054-5 

Lincoln Ice Co. : Driveway. Oidiyv, Passed 1052-3 

Second Order, to Local Ind 1053 

Lincoln I'ark Commissioners. (See under the heading "I'arks 

and boulevards".) 
Lincoln Park Manor Building Corp. : Tunnels and bridge 

(covered passageway). Ordinance, to Local Ind 954 

P<issed 1158-9 

Acceptance and bond. See 1503-4 

Lincoln I'ark Neighborhood Improvement Assn. : Water 

from lire hydrants. Orders, Passed 642, l(j91-2 

Lincoln State Bank of Chicago : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 

and banking".) 
Vacation of an alley in C. II. Walker's Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Lincoln st. : 

Church building at Nos. 1243-45 N. : permission for main- 
tenance. Order, to Bldijs 157 

Passed 40(5 

Conduits under and across the street, north of Polk st. 
(See under the heading "Cook County".) 
Lind av. : Water supply pipe, from 404 ft. north of Rogers 

av. to Lieb av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Lind, Paul : Driveway. Order, Passed ol6 

Lindberg, A.: Claim. Order, Passed 083 

Lindeman, Clarence H. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1472 

Linder av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Belmont av. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, fiom N. 
Cicero av. to N, Central av." under the heading "Bel- 
mont av.") 
Sewer, from Belmont av. to Wellington av. (Jrdinance, 

Passed Kjyy 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Lindgren, II.: New.spaper stand. Order, to Local Ind. .2013 

Passed 2147-8 

Lindgren, Lawrence : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Lindstrom. Charles : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

^''''js '. . . . 1295 

Passed 1371 

Linduska, Peter: Driveway. (See under the heading 

"Smid, James".) 

Linehan. Michael J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Link-Belt Co. : 

Apron conveyors : sale to the City. Order, Passed. . . .1652-3 

Apron conveyor and parts : sale to the City. Come. 

(C. P. W.), to Finance 1796 

Subst. Order, Passed 2000 

Bucket elevator : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1311 

Coal conveyor parts: sale to the City. Order, Passed .lo32-Z 

Driveway. Order, Passed 1119 

Driving machinery : sale to the City. Order, Passed. . .235-6 

Link, Frank J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Commendation of the Mayor and e.xecutive departments. 

Noted 827 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oatb of ofBce as Alderman. See 2-3 

Linn, H. : Auto shed. Order, to Bldgs 1117 

Passed 1218 

Lipman and Hultquist : Sign. Order, Passed 378 

Lippe, L. : Claim. Order, Passed 418-10 

Lippman Lumber Co. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Lipps, Wm. F. : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

Lipson, A. : Sign. Order, Passed 619 

Liquors. (See the heading "Beverages".) 

Lishner, S. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Live Stock Exchange National Bank of Chicago : Deposits 
of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
. ing".) 

Lloyd Auto Garage Co. : Cancellation of sundry warrants 

for collection. Order, Passed 183 1 

Loading platforms (bulkheads) in sidewalk space. (See under 
the respective streets and alleys, and under the names of 
particular individuals, etc. Por miscellaneous data, see 
under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." 
under the heading "Streets".) 



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Loading stations for garbage, etc. (For general data, If any, 
see under the heading "Garbage and waste". For par- 
ticular stations see under the heading "Streets, Bureau 
of.) 

Loading zones. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"TraflSc regulations".) 

Lobello, John : Claim. To Finance 1735 

Local improvements. (For general data, if any, see the head- 
ings "Public improvements" and "Special assessments, 
special taxation, etc." For improvements in particular 
streets and alleys, see under the names of the particular 
streets, etc.) 

£ocal Improvements, Boajrd of: 

Appointment of members to the board. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 
Appropriations (annual). See 

2265-79, 2312, 2318-28, 2336-7 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 

2383-6, 2394 5 

Certain Items, Amended 2532-4, 2537-8 

Ashland av. improvement. (See under "Widening and 
extension of the street from Pratt boul. to W. 95th 
St." under the heading "Ashland av.") 

Assessment rolls filed in Court. Reports, Filed 

125, 255, 334, 445, 504, 591, 855, 975, 1260, 1343, 
1436, 1569, 1796-7, 1983, 2064, 2160, 2406 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any. see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 
"Boulevard connecting link". (See "Michigan av. boule- 
vard connecting link" under the heading "Parks and 
boulevards".) 
Employes : 

Attorneys (special) for the board. (For data, if any, 

see "Experts, special counsel, etc." below.) 
Cement handlers and shippers : authority for employ- 
ment. Orders, Passed 647, 1652 

Engineer (assistant) : authority for employment. 

Ordei-. Passed 486 

Engineer (junior) : authority for employment. Or- 
der, Passed 486 

Engineer (mechanical) : authority for employment in 
lieu of a consulting and mechanical engineer. 

Order, Passed 559 

Experts, special counsel, etc. ("boulevard connecting 
link" ease). 

Order (rescinding an order authorizing pay- 
ment of compensation to Wm. P. J. 

Halley as traflSc expert), Passed 483 

Experts, special counsel, etc. (LaSalle st. improve- 
ment). 

Order (authorizing the employment of com- 
missioners, a real estate valuator and a 
building valuator and the preparation 

of plans), Passed 961 

Experts, special counsel, etc. (miscellaneous Improve- 
ments). 

Appropriations for salaries, etc. (See the 
appropriations for the Board of Local 
Improvements, noted above.) 
Ordinance (authorizing employment of spe- 
cial counsel, etc., in street-improvement 
matters on an annual salary basis in 
lieu of a per diem basis and fixing rates 

of compensation), to Finance 245-6 

Passed 354 

Order (authorizing the payment of sundry 
expenditures in connection with miscel- 
laneous street improvements), Passed. I'SO'S-'i 
Experts, special counsel, etc. (South Water st. im- 
provement). 

Order (authorizing the employment of real 
estate experts, consulting engineers and 

an electrical engineer). Passed 1303 

President and members of the Board : in the matter 
of increases in salary rates. Order, to Finance 

1522 

Rodmen : authority for employment. Order, Passed 486 

Ordinance, Passed 1348 

Special assessment clerk (head) : authority for em- 
ployment in lieu of an assistant chief engineer of 
streets. Order, Passed 559 



Iiocal Improvements, Board of: 

Employes : 

Stenographer (head) : authority for employment. 

Ordinance, Passed 1307-8 

Stenographer (principal) : authority for employment 
in lieu of a senior stenographer. Order, to 

Finance 391 

Wrecking inspectors : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 791 

Equipment : 

Automobile (Cadillac) : authority for repairs (Cadil- 
lac Motor Car Co.). Order, Passed 698 

Calculating machine : authority for purchase. Or- 
der, Passed 414 

Estimates for proposed street improvements : authority 
for inclusion of expense of adjusting electric wires, 
cables, manholes, etc., in such estimates. Order, 
Passed 415 

Michigan av. "boulevard connecting link". (See under the 
heading "Parks and boulevards".) 

Office space in buildings : authority for renewal of lease 
of rooms 437 to 444, Stock Exchange Bldg. Or- 
der, Passed 1651 

Ogden av. improvement. (See under "Extension of the 
street from Union Park to liincoln Park" under the 
heading "Ogden av.") 

Paving materials : authority for laboratory tests of sam- 
ples (Chicago Paving Laboratory). Order, Passed 360 

Public hearings : permission for use of the Council Cham- 
ber for the purpose of conducting the hearings. 
Order, Passed 200 

Robey st. improvement. (See under "Widening and exten- 
sion of the street from Montrose av. to W. 87th st." 
under the heading "Robey St.") 

South Water st. improvement. (See under "Widening of 
the street, etc." under the heading "South Water st.") 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Western av. improvement. (See under "Widening of the 
street, etc." under the heading "Western av.") 
Local Industries, Streets and Alleys, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under hie heading "Ap- 
ments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2212 

Appropriations (supplementary) . See 624 

Survey Division, Bureau of Maps and Plats : payment for 
surveys of railroad lands and encroachments. Or- 
der, Passed 2451 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Jmoco,! transportation: 

(For other matters concerning local transportation, 
see the headings "Elevated railroads", "Rail- 
roads", "Street railways", "Suiivaps, passen- 
ger", "Public utilities" and "Vehicles".) 

Civil Service employes of municipally-owned and operated 
transportation systems. (See under "Employes", be- 
low.) 

Dever plan for solution of Chicago's traction problem. 
Come, from the Mayor (outlining a plan and recom- 
mending the resumption of negotiations for purchase 
of street railway and elevated railroad lines), Pub. 
and to Local Trans. -. 672-3 

Employes of local transportation systems : adequate wages 
and just working conditions noted as elements to be 
considered in the determination of rates of fare. . 
See «72-3 

Employes of municipally-owned and operated local trans- 
portation systems : selection under the Civil Service 
Law noted as part of the "Dever plan". See 672-3 

Extensions (proposed) of elevated lines, and use of a por- 
tion of the "Traction funds" for the construction 
of a subway in State st. : statement of Hon. Wm. 
E. Dever and address of Samuel Insull before the 
Chicago and Cook County Bankers' Assn. Order 
(directing consideration), to Local Trans 1950 

Fare (rates of) on municipally-owned and operated trans- 
portation system. (See "Rates of fare", below.) 

Home rule for Chicago over local transportation facili- 
ties : noted as a prerequisite to the solution of Chi- 
cago's traction problem. See 672-3 



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Municipal construction of elevated, surface and subway 
lines : appropriation of $2,500,000 for tlie work. 
See 2312 

Municipal ownership and operation of local transporta- 
tion facilities : noted as an essential element in the 
settlement of Chicago's traction problem. See.. (572-3 

Municipal ownership and operation of motorbus lines. 
Come, from the Mayor (recommending the purchase 
of motor buses with moneys In the "traction funds") 

(referred Aug. 3, 1922, p. 920), Filed 611-12 

Ordinance (providing for submission to a refer- 
endum vote of the question of appropriating $3,000,- 
000 from the "traction funds'' for the purchase of 
motor buses) (referred Aug. 3, 1922, p. 927), 
Filed (511-12 

Outline of a plan for the solution of Chicago's traction 
problem. Come. (Chicago Municipal Subway Co.), 
to Local Trans 1976 

Purchase by the City of existing traction properties : 
elements to be considered in the determination of 
the price to be paid. See (572-3 

Purchase by the City of existing traction properties : 
noted as an essential element in the settlement of 
Chicago's traction problem. See 672-3 

Purchase by the City of existing traction properties : 
suggestion for the resumption of negotiations. 
See (572-3 

Purchase by the City of existing traction properties : 
use of 'Schwartz plan" certificates for payment of 
purchase price noted as an essential basis of the 
"Dever plan". See 672-3 

Rapid transit : provision for rapid transit noted as a 
prerequisite to the solution of Chicago's traction prob- 
lem. See 672-3 

Rates of fare on municipally-owned and operated trans- 
portation system : principle of "Dever plan" noted. 
See 672-3 

Referendum vote on any ordinance providing for a settle- 
ment of Chicago's traction problem : noted as an es- 
sential element in any plan for settlement. See. .672-3 

"Schwartz plan" certificates : issuance of certificates for 
the payment by the City of the purchase price of 
traction facilities recommended as a part of the 
"Dever plan". See 672-3 

Service rendered by transportation systems : character of 
service required noted as an essential element In the 
determination of rates of fare. See 672-3 

Subways (passenger) : direction for submission of an ordl- . 
nance providing for a referendum vote on the ques- 
tion of the building and operation of municipally- 
owned subways. Resolution, to Local Trans 895 

Subways (passenger) : noted as an essential element in 
the solution of Chicago's transportation problem. 
See B72-3 

Taxation not to be resorted to in acquisition or operation 
of traction properties purchased by the City : noted 
as an essential element of the "Dever plan". See.. 672-3 
Local Transportation, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2211 

Reports of R. F. Kelker : payment of bill for printing 

(James T. Igoe Co.) . Order, Passed 1746 

Sundry employes : authority for employment In connec- 
tion with studies and investigations. Order, 

Passed 2451-2 

Locke, H. E. : Alterations in garage. Order, Passed.. 381 

Lockwood av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from W. Madison st. to 

W. Monroe st. Order, Passed 398 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer In Belmont av. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from 
N. Cicero av. to N. Central av." under the heading 
"Belmont av.") 

Locomobile Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 1406-7 

Lodgmg houses. (See the heading "Hotels, etc.") 

Loeb Brothers : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Loehr, Leon L. : Appointments. ( See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 

Loewenthal Company, The : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Loewenthal, Morris : Drieways. Order, Passed 542 

Loftus, Charles B. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 633 

Passed 744-5 



Logan, Frank G. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Logan Square State and Savings Bank : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Lohley, Albert: Canopy (permission to Albert Lohley and 

George Pllat) . Order, Passed istja 

Lohmeler, F. : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Loleta av. : 

Sewer, from Caldwell av. to alley first southwesterly of 

Lehigh av. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to W. 

Cicero av., etc." under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Water supply pipe, from Lehigh av. to Caldwell av. 

Order, Passed . . , 850-3 

Long av. : 

Lease of space in the street, north of W. Chicago av. 

(See under the heading "Whitney (W. F.), Inc.") 
Sidewalk, from Bloomingdale av. to W. North av. (e. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 549 

Water supply pipe, from Wellington av. to Oakdale av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Long. James A.: Death. (See under the heading "Deaths".) 
Longwood drive : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from W. 95th st. to W. 

99th St. Order, Passed .543 

Traffic light ("mushroom"), at the intersection of W. 

111th St.: installation. Order, to Finance 1856 

Longworth, Parke: In the matter of the adjudication of 

certain property interests of J. O. Ingebretsen involved 
in case Xo. 90096 Circuit Court— "City of Chicago vs. 

Illinois Brick Co." Order and Come, to Harbors 907 

Loomls Bros. : Si^n. Order, Passed 2126 

Loomis st. : 

Bridge (covered passageway) over and across the street, 
north of W. 46th st. (See under the heading "Miller 
& Hart".) 
Closing of the street to traffic, between W. Taylor st. 

and W. Polk st. Order, Passed 308 

Electric light pole at No. 5216 : direction for removal. 

Order, Passed 1228 

Filling station at No. 8845 : direction for withholding of 

permit for construction. Order, Passed 1296 

Sewer, from W. fiSth st. to W. 76th st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Switch track across the street, north of W. 46th st. (See 
under "Miller & Hart" under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Switch tracks (elevated) over the street, north of Eleanor 
St. (See under "Chicago & Alton R. R. Co." under 
the heading "Switch tracks"). 

Lopatko, John: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Lopresti. Paul : Completion of auto-shed. Order, to 

B^<'9-^ 1393 

Passed 1701 

Lord & Bushnell Co. : 

Extension of contract for the sale of lumber to the City. 

Order, Passed 1441-2 

Payment of reserve on contract for the sale of lumber 

to the City. Order. Passed 1965 

Lord, Mrs. J. H. : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to Bldgs. 640 

Filed 1945 

Lorel av. : 

Sewer, from Potomac av. to Hirsch st. Ordinance, 

Passed 2021 

Water supply pipe, from W. 54th st. to W. 55th st. 

Order, Passed 1855 

Lorenzen, Peter: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1672 

Passed 2148 

Loron av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to Leotl av. (See 

"Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under 
the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Lott, Henry : Claim. Order, Passed 559 

Amended 1958 

Come. (C. P. W.), Puh. and to Finance 1893-4 

Lott, J. N. : Vacation of part of an alley in J. N. Lott's 

Resub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Lotus av. : Water supply pipe, from Catalpa av. to Lynch 

av. Order, Passed 2405 

Louis, M. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Loury, Fred : Driveways. Order, Passed 1127 

Lovejoy, Julia: Driveway. Order, to Local Ijid 1040 

Passed 1209 



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Lowe av. : 

Drains, between W. 115th st. and W. 116th pi., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed '■^^'^ 

Garage at No. 3002 : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldos 1029 

Passed 2048-9 

Loading platforms at Nos. 3903-lT and 3921-37. (See 

under the heading "Griswold, Rosalie B."). 
Paving, from W. 115th St. to W. 116th pi. (See "Pav- 
ing, from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st., etc." under 
the heading "Union av.") 
Sewer, from W. 111th st. to 300 ft. north. Ordinance. 

Passed •* 384-5 

Water supply pipe, from W. 111th st. to 298 ft. north. 

Order, Passed ^063 

Lowe, Catherine : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Lowe, Henry : Bootblack stand. Order, Passed 624 

Lowe, Otto: Appropriations for payment for framing of 
harbor pictures in connection with the Lake Calumet 

harbor development. See 2214 

Lowell av. : Paving and improving, from Ainslie st. to 
Foster av. (See "Paving and improving, from Lawrence 
av. to Argyle St., etc." under the heading "Kenneth av.") 

Lowenstein Brothers: Sign. Order, Passed 1018 

Loyal Order of Moose : Signs. Orders. Passed. 894, 914, 2010 

Loyola av. : 

Aerial wires across the street, east of Winthrop av. (See 

under the heading "Gloor, Ruth".) 
Stairway and jetty at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
for construction so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. 
on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michi- 
gan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 350 ft. east of Winthrop av. ' 

to 96 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Loyola University : ITse of gymnasium building. Order, 

Passed 408 

Loyola University Gymnasium : Water service pipe. Or- 
der, Parsed 223 

Lucas, Mrs. : Construction of a building foundation. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 2503 

Luckett, D. S. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Luczynski, W. : Claim. Order. Passed 419-20 

Ludwig & Ludwig : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Luella av. : 

Garage at No. 7407 : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 903 

Passed 1010-11 

Paving and improving, from 15 ft. north of B. 78rd st. 
to 15 ft. south of E. 73rd st. (See "Paving and im- 
proving, from Stony Island av. to Exchange av., etc." 
under the heading "Seventy-third St.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Lullo, James : 

Alterations in building. Order, to Bldgs 1560 

Passed 1731 

Completion of basement flat. Order, to Bldgs 1258 

Filed 1380 

Lumber and lumber yards : License fee for dealers with- 
out yards reduced. Order, Passed 486 

Lumber st. : 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Switch tracks, in, along and across the street between S. 
.Tefferson st. and W. 20th pi. (See under "Western 
Shade Cloth Co." under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vault under the sidewalk space at the intersection of S. 
Union av. (See under the heading "Continental Bolt 
and Iron Works".) 

Lu-Mi-Nus Signs Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1473 

Luna av. : 

Drains, between Waveland av. and Addison st. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 949 

Sow"", ooimecting with the sewer in Belmont av. (See 

the notations under "Paving and improving, from N. 

Cicero av. to N. Central av." under the heading 

"Belmont av.") 

Sewer, from Belmont av. to Wellington av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1688 

Water supply pipe, from Bryn Mawr av. to 440 ft. south. 

Orders, Passed 850-3, 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from Catalpa av. to 270 ft. south of 

Catalpa av. Order, Passed 1562 



Luna av. : 

Water supply pipe, from W. 54 th st. to W. 55th st. 

Order, Passed lt>^* 

Lunch-rooms. (For data, if any, see the heading "Coffee 

houses or ordinaries".) 
Lundahl, Edward. Alterations In buildings. Order, to 

Bldgs -2082 

Passed 2524-5 

Lundberg, A. E. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2494 

Lundgren, Elmer: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1026 

Passed 1095 

Lundy, William D. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Luneback, Charles : Shed. Order, Passed 1737 

Lunge, F. : Driveways (permission to F. Lunge and Louis 

Klatt). Order, Passed 159 

Luni, Benjamin: Sign. Order, Passed ...1479 

Lunt av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of the , 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Drains, between N. Western av. and N. California av., 

etc. (system) (suppl. assess.). Ordinanc?, Passed.UOS 

Sewer, from N. California av. to N. Sacramento av. 

Ordinance, Passed 408 

Sidewalk, from Osceola av. to Oriole av. (s. side), etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 949 

Widening of the roadway, from Glenwood av. to Sheridan 

road. Order, to B. L. I 1964 

Lurie, Leo : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 322 

Filling station. Order, Passed 322 

Lust, H. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1312 

Luszazek, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Luthardt, Wm. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 

Lutheran Deaconess Home and Hospital : 

Free permits for erection of buildings. Order, Passed. 1861-2 

Pipe tunnel and foot passage. Order, to Local /nd. ..1862 

Ordinance, Passed 2002-3 

Lutheran Memorial Hospital : Decrease of water rates and 

free use of City water. Order, Passed 1742 

Lutsch, P. : Prohibition against removal of sidewalk. 

Order, Passed 642 

Lutz, Elizabeth : Vacation of part of Stony Island av. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Lutz, Harry : Sign. Order, Passed .1960 

Lydy, R. E. : "Parking" privileges. (See under the heading 

"Craig, Andrew".) 
Lyle, .John H. : 

Appointments. (See utider the heading "Appointments".) 

Commendation of the Mayor and executive departments. 

Noted 827 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Excusing of the Alderman for non-attendance at certain 

Council and committee meetings. Order, Pas.serZ. .545-6 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Lynch av. : Water supply pipe, from Lind av. to Loring av. 

Order. Passed 248-50 

Lynch-Clarisey Co. : Sale of fuel oil to the City. Order, 

Passed 127 

Order (authorizing extension of contract). Passed- .laiiii 

Lynch, J. p. : Driveways. Orders:, Passed 308, 309 

Lynch, John P. : 

Construction of building and use of plain glass. Or- 
der, Passed 655-6 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 1051-2, 1123 

Lynch, William .T. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Lyons, D. : Claim. To Finance 2137 

Lyons, D. A.: Claims. Order, Passed 593 

Lytton (Henry C.) & Sons, The. (See the heading "Hub, 

The".) 

M. 

M. and H. Garment Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1019 

M. and K. Motor Sales: Sign. Order, Passed 1954 

M. and K. Sales Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 2507 

Maas, Bruno W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 941 

Mabon, J. S. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Macal, A. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. '. 1391 

Passed .■ 1701 



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INDEX 



109 



MncFarlnne av. : Names (new) tor the street, between 

Anthony av. and E. SSrd st. (See under the heading 
"Street nomenclature''.) 
Mack, Herman : Vacation of alleys in Canal Trustees' Sub. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Mack-International Motor Truck Corp. : Sale of an auto- 
mobile truck to the City. Order, Pasxed 1487 

MacKenzie, William J. : Reimbursement for telephone calls. 

Order, Passed 414-1 5 

Mackie, Thomas B. : Erection and remodelins of building. 

Order, to Bldgs C25 

Passed I'^^l 

Mackinaw av. : 

ITall (public) at Nos. 0007-15 : perrmission for use. 

Order, to Bldgs 90S 

Passed 1371 

Sewer, from E. 134th St. to E. 132nd st. Ordinance, 

Passed 908 

Switch track across the street, south of E. 131st st. 
(See under "Indiana Harbor Belt l{y. Co." under the 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 

MacLean, M. D. : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Macoy, Earl H. : Construction of building. Order (re- 
ferred Feb. 28, 1923, p. 1913), Filed 21<j!l 

MacRae, A. S. : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to Bldgs. .9'dl-'.l 

Passed 110.5 

Madden, Mrs. James : Sleeping porch. Order, to Bldgs. 915 

Passed 1011 

JIadden. Martin B. : Claim. Order, Passed 245<) 

Madia, Ralph : Claim. Filed «21 

Madison-Kedzie Arcade : 

Canopy. Order, Passed 547 

Sign. Order, Passed 547 

Madison & Kedzie State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Madison Square State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Madison st. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of.) 
Canopy at No. 355 W. (See under the heading "New 

Gault Hotel Co.") 
Canopy at Nos. 3125-27 W. (See under the heading 

"Madison-Kedzie Arcade".) 
Canopy at No. 3222 W. (See under the heading "New 

Bamboo Inn Co.") 
Canopy at No. 5614 W. ( See under the heading "Mar- 

zano, Jas. P.") 
Clock (ornamental) at No. 4004 W. (See under the head- 
ing "Garfield Park State Savings Bank".) 
Name for the property at the n. e. cor. of N. Market st. 

(See under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
Newstand at No. 74 W. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 534 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 212 W. 

Ordinance, Passed 2169 

"Parking" of vehicles pprohibited from 102 ft. west of 

N. State St. to 41 ft. west. Ordinance, Passed. . .1850 

Report of newspaper ppublication. See 1974-5 

Pump (gasoline), at No. 5001 W. (See under the head- 
ing "Maypole. John B.") 
Shed at No. 2555 W. : permission for maintenance Or- 
der. Passed 309 

Sidewalk, from N. Hamlin a v. to N. Crawford a v. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 1(584 

Sidewalk space at n. w. cor. of N. Clark st. ; permission 

for occupation. Order, Passed 462 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways"'.) 
Madlung & Eidmann : Claim (as agents). Ordinance, 

Passed 1726 

Madsem, Johanna : Direction for consideration of the pay- 
ment of a judgment against the City. Subject matter 

of an Order (passed March 8, 1922, p. 2221), Filed 702 

Madsen, Christian : Vacation of alleys in Humboldt Park 
Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 
Madsen & Ibsen : I'se of premises for the storage of lum- 
ber. Order, to Bldgs 1710 

Passed 2049 

Madzinski, M. (See the heading "Modzinski, M.") 



Magee, C. L. C. : Installation of draft control apparatus for 

the City. Order, Passed 2028-9 

Mager, Joe : Claim. To Finance 2171 

Magerstadt, Ernest J. : Vacation of S. Bishop and Lallin 

sts. (See the notations under "Bishop st." under the 
heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Magnolia av. : Sidewalks, from Leland av. to Wilson av. 

(both sides) . Ordinance, Passed '^-- 

Mahin, A. S. : Claim. To Finance 1671 

Mahoney, E. J. : Repair of pavement on Milwaukee av., 

between Belmont av. and Irving Park boul. Orders, 

Passed 487, 694 

Amendatory Order, Passed 1529 

Mahoney (E. J.) & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 690 

.\mendatory Order, to Finance 1300 

Maisel, Michael: Claim. To Finance 1671 

JIajestic Mens Wear Sliop, The : Floral canopy. Or- 
der, Passed 13».\> 

Major av. : 

Roadway width established, from Catalpa av. to Bryn 

Mawr av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1864 

Recommitted 2522-3 

Major av. : T h 

Water meters at Nos. 6125-27 : removal. Order, 

Passed 2174 

Makys (Stephen) & Son: Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Malaka, M. : Porch. Order, Passed 548 

Malapanes. H. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Maleszewski, Edward: Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Malloy, John : Claim. To Finance 1525 

Maloney, John E. : Contest of the election of E. I. Frank- 

hauser as Alderman of the 49th Ward. (See under "Elec- 
tion contests" under the heading "City Council".') 

Maloney (John J.) & Co.: Claim. Order. Pa.9.sed 516 

Maloney, John P.: Driveways. Orders, Passed. . .un, 1524 

Maloney. Patrick: Driveway. Order, Passed 1234 

Malt Maid Co.. The: Wires and poles. (See the heading 

"Manhattan Brewing Co.") 
Mamer, Christopher : Contract for transportation of gar- 
bage for the City. Order, Passed 1530-1 

Mammoth Garage: Driveways. Order. Passed 2139 

Jlanasse. II. : Claim (presented as claim of Charlotte 

Manasse) . Ordinance, Passed 1726 

Manau, Fred A. : Direction for renewal of electrical con- 
tractor's license. Order, to Finance 958 

Passed 1407 

Mandel Brothers : 

Bridge (covered passageway.) Ordinance, to Local 

Ind 199 

Passed 572-3 

Acceptance and hond. See 835 

Sub basement : direction for an investigation as to health, 

safety and sanitation. Ord"r, Passed 2019 

Towels : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1310-11 

Mandel. Sam : Claim. To Finance 1735 

Mangel. J. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1227 

Mango av. : 

Drains, between Irving Park boul. and Belle Plaine av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2512-13 

Roadway width established, from Catalpa av. to Bryn 

Mawr av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1864 

Recommitted 2522-3 

Manhattan Brewing Co, : Wires and poles. Ordinance 

(for repeal of an ordinance passed April 4^ 1917), Passed.970-1 

Manion, Thomas P. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Manistee av. : Sewer, from E. 130tb st. to E. 128th st. 

Ordinance. Passed 623 

Mann, F. E. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Mann, James R. : Death. (See under the heading "Deaths".) 

Mann, Sam : Claim. Filed 1457 

Manning, John J. : Auto-shed. Order, Pa.9sed 2016 

Manning, M. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, Pas«e(?.1295 
Manning, Maxwell & Moore, Inc. : Sale of a power ham- 
mer to the City. Order, Passed 562 

Manor Garage and Sales Co. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 159 

Mansfield av. : 

Drains, between Diversey av. and Pullerton av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 314 

Drains, between Irving Park boul. and Montrose av. 

Ordinance, Passed 318 

Drains, between Wabansia av. and Bloomingdale av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2506 



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1923-24 



Mansfield av. : 

Paving and Improving, from Wabansia av to Bloomingdale 

av. Ordinance, Passed ". 2506-7 

Paving, from W. Grand av. to Dlversey av. Ordinance, 

Passed *>37 

Water service pipes, between Diversey av. and Fullerton 

av. Ordinance, Passed 314 

Water service pipes, between Irving Park boul. and 

Montrose av. Ordinance, Passed 318 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to Cortland 

St. Order, Passed .-. 1299 

Water supply pipe, from N. Marmora av. to Catalpa av. 

Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 200 ft. north of W. Roosevelt 

road to Fillmore st. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Wabansia av. to Bloomingdale 

av. Order (referred Dec. 6. 1922, p. 1480), Filed:671-2 

Water supply pipe, from Wilson av. to alley south thereof. 

Order, Passed 1177-S 

Widening, between Catalpa av. and Marmora av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 948 

Mansfield, James F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 925 

Mantia, John: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Manton av. : Water supply pipe, from Peterson av. to 

Markham av. Order, Passed 2003 

Mantonya, Irene Pease : Resignation as a member of the 

Board of Local Improvements. Noted 108-9 

Manual, Hugh : Completion of . building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1295 

Passed 1372 

Manuel, M. : Sign. Order, Passed 462 

Manufacturers' agents (general). (See "Merchandise brok- 
ers" under the heading "Brokers".) 
Manufacturing districts. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 
Manufacturing establishments (general) : 

(For particular kinds of manufacturing establish- 
ments, see tinder the respective headings.) 
Heating of factories and workshops : required tempera- 
tures specified ; method of determining temperature 
outlined ; penalty for violations fixed. Ordinance, 

to Health 1241 

Passed 1419-20 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Manz (J.) Engraving Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed ..1129-30 
Maplewood av. : 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. 55th st. to W. 67th 

St. Order (referred Jan. 24, 1923, p. 1739), Filed. 703 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 105th st. to W. 107th st. 

Order, Passed 2063 

Water supply pipe, from 225 ft. north of 38th st. to 

445 ft. north of 38th st. Order, Passea 2405 

Water supply pipe, from 243 ft. north of 38th st. to 

220 ft. northward. Order, Passed 2406 

Maplewood Machy. Co.: Claim. Order, Passed ...... 982 

Maps and Flats, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2287-8 

.\ppropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed. .. .2388-9 

Certain Items, Amended 2534-5 

Automobile : payment for use by the Div. of Surveys. 

Order, Passed 236 

Automobile (personally-owned) : payment of compensation 

for maintenance. Order, Passed 1348 

Survey of railroad lands" and encroachments : payment for 
the services by the Committee on Ix)cal Industries, 

Streets and Alleys. Order, Passed 2451 

Survey work : authority for payment of expense of the 

work. Ordinance, Passed 1836 

Surveys (Division of) Capital Account. (For data, if 
any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Marble, Dr. M. : Sign. Order, Passed 909 

March, Fred F. : Shelter buildings. Order, Passed 1019 

Marcheschl, Luigi and Angelina: Claim. To Finance. . .1041 
Marcus, Esther : Settlement of claim against the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 699-700 

Mardi, Peter : Driveways (permission to Peter Mardi and 

Paul Lazzari). Order, to Local Ind 2133 

Marescbka, Joseph : Ad,dition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 925 

Passed 1011 



Margate terrace : ' 

Cleaning up of the street at Lake Michigan : recommenda- 
tion for the work so as to make the waters of The 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Stairway and jetty at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
for construction so as to make the waters of the 
shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of the 
Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Marine Iron Works : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Come. (City Compt.), to Finance 1976 

Marion st. : Closing of the street to traffic, between W. 

Division st. and Potomac av. Order, Passed 634 

Markas, M. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Market st. : 

Loading platform at Nos. 507-11 S. (See under the head- 
ing "Butler, Edward B.") 
Name for the property at the n. e. cor. of W. Madison st. 

(See under the heading "Street nomenclature".) 
"Parking" of vehicles between W. Madison st. and W. 
Lake st. : suggestion for "parking" under the ele- 
vated structure, under City supervision. Come, 
from Harry B. Vested (referred April 25, 1921, p. 

20) , Filed 126S 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from alley south of W. 
Madison st. to 100 ft. south (w. side) . Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1850 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

Market Traders State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Markets, public : 

Haymarket Square Market : appropriations for mainten- 
ance. See 2279 

Maxwell Street Market : appropriations for maintenance. 

See 2279 

Markham av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Thorndale av. to 60 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed .248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 20 ft. south of Thorndale av. 

to Ardmore av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Markham, Samuel K. : In the matter of the construction 

of a bridge at Torrence av. and E. 134th st. Come. 

and Order (referred Nov. 1, 1922, p. 1221), Filed 703 

Markowski, Leon : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2508 

Marks, Abraham: Claim. To Finance 1859 

Markus, Oskar R. : Claim. To Finance 9.55 

Marmon Chicago Co. : Sale of automobiles to the City. 

Order, Recommitted to Finance 979 

PuT). and Deferred 1084 

Recommitted ~. 1242-3 

Subst. Order, Passed 1262 

Marmora av. : 

Drains, between Diversey av. and Fullerton av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 314 

Drains, between Grand av. and Fullerton av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 312-13 

Sidewalk, from Montrose av. to Berteau av. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 550 

Water service pipes, between Diversey av. and Fullerton 

av. Ordinance, Passed 315 

Water supply pipe, from 333 ft. south of Gettysburg av. 

to Avondale av. Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from 375 ft. north of Bryn Mawr 

av. to Milwaukee av. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 30 ft. south of Strong st. to 

Gunnison st. Order, Passed 850-3 

Marose, William : Maintenance of shed. Order, Passed.1475 

Marquette av. : Sewer, from E. 130th st. to B. 128th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 623 

Marquette Buick Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 1736 

Marquette Park State Bank : 

Ash hoist. Ordinance, Passed 2015-16 

Deposits of City funds. (See the heading "Banks and 
banking".) 
Marquette road : 

Sewer, from S. State st. to Normal av. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 
"Subways, railroad".) 



1923-24 



INDEX 



111 



Marrettlch, Abe: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Marsh, H. M. : Claim. Ordinance. Passed 1350-1 

Marshall boiil. municipal plant. (See under the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 
Marshall Field & Co. : 

Canopies. Orders, Passed 142 

Furniture : payment for furniture sold to the City. 

Order, Passed 1489 

Ornamental entrance. Ordinance, to Local Ind.. . .1019-20 

Bassed 1754-5 

Acceptance and bond. See 2059-60 

Rugs : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1070 

Marshall Field estate: Vault. Ordinance, to Local Ind. 617 

Passed 717-18 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Marshall Square State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Marshfield Amusement Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed.. 153 

Marshfleld av. : 

Building at No. 7719 S. : direction for stoppage of con- 
struction work. Order, Passed 1035-r> 

Closing of the street to traffic, from W. Division st. to 

Emily st. Order, Passed 634 

Drains, between W. 80th st. and W. 83rd St., etc. (sys- 
tem). Ordinance, Passed 916 

Paving and improving, from W. 80th st. to W. 83rd st.. 
etc. (system) (including sewer connections in W. 
S2nd St. and W. 81st st.). Recom., Est. and Or- 
dinance, Puh. and to Local Ind 1908-15 

(Journal corrected, p. 1973.) 

Ordinance, Passed 2194 

Sidewalk, from W. 79th st. to alley first south of W. 79th 

st. (e. side). Ordinance, Passed 543 

Sidewalks, from W. 62nd st. to W. 63rd st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 915 

Water meter at No. 4512 S. : removal. Order (referred 

March 21. 1923, p. 2099), Filed 610-11 

Water supply pipe, from Cortland st. to 448 ft. south of 

Cortland st. Order, Passed 2063 

Marston, R. W. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Martin, B. H. : Claim. To Fittance I95I 

Martin, Florence L. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

^^^Os 1239 

Passed 1372 

Martin, Frank : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 392 

Martin, John : 

Auto-shed. Order, Passed 762 

Shed. Order, to Bldga 147 

Passed 431 

Martin, Joseph D. : Claim. Order, Passed 418 

Martin, Lieut. John: Appointments. (See under the head- 

ing "Appointments".) 

Martin, Raymond : Claim. To Finance 2171 

Martin-Senour Co., The: Lease of space in Quarry st. 

See 1206 

Martin, W. B. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1951 

JIartin, William: Claim. To Finance 2128 

Martinek, Frank: Lease of space at the foot of Randolph 

St. Application, to Local Ind 2158 

Martyr, E. P. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Mary st. : Switch track (elevated) across the street, south 

of Hillock av. (See under "Chicago & Alton R. R. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Maryland av. : 

Paving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., etc. (system). 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to Local /red. 347-53 
(Journal corrected, p. 437.) 

Ordinance, Passed g05 

Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 83rd St., 
etc. (system) (including sewer connections in W. 
80th St. and W. 81st St.). Recom., Est. and 

Ordinance, Pub. and to Local Ind 1580-7 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1707-8.) 

Ordinance, Passed 2006 

Marzano, Jas. P.: Canopy. Order, Passed 2134 

Mascrallo, Charles : Compromise settlement of warrant for 

collection. Come. (City Comp.), to Finance 2060 

Mashek, Edward : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Maslinski, Mrs.: Completion of alterations in building. 

Order, to Bldgs 2083 

^^«"* '.v/^"'"'^''';;;;;;2i68 



Mason av. : 

Drains, between Belmont av. and Wellington av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 315 

Drains, between Irving Park boul. and Montrose av. 

Ordinance, Passed 3ig 

Paving, from Dickens av. to Wrlghtwood av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 218-19 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. Madison st. to W. 

Adams st. Order, to Finance 399 

Passed 695-6 

Sewer, from Barry av. to Wellington av. Ordinance, 

Passed 315 

Water service pipes, between Belmont av. and Wellington 

av. Ordinance, Passed 315 

Water service pipes, between Irving Park boul. and 

Montrose av. Ordinance, Passed 318 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to Cortland st. 

Order, Passed 1299 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to 12 ft. 

north. Order, Passed 2063 

Water supply pipe, from Dlversey av. to George st. 

Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from Higgins av. to Avondale av. 

Order, Passed .' 2406 

Water supply pipe, from Strong av. to Gunnison av. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Wilson av. to alley south 

thereof. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to 260 ft. south of 

W. 59th St. Ordinance, Passed 1674 

Mason Contractors, Board of Examiners of : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2263 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2383 

Certain Items, Amended 2532 

Mason, George H. and May P. : Vacation of an alley in 
M. W. Dunne's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Mason, John J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Mason, Mr. : Barber pole. Order, Passed 2074 

Massel, Sarah : Driveways. Order, Passed 474 

Master Candy Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Master Plumbers' Assn. : Endorsement of request for in- • 
creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Petition, to Finance 2105 

Material Service Corp. : 

Sale of cement to the City. Order, Passed 1967 

Sale of sewer pipe to the City. Order, Passed ...2029-30 

Materials purchased for the City. (For materials purchased 
for particular bureaus and departments, see under the 
names of the respective bureaus and departments. For 
general data, if any, see the heading "Supplies, mate- 
rials, etc.") 
Matheon Day Nursery: Claim. (See under the heading 

"Chicago Commons".) 

Mathews, F. N. : Canopy. Order, Passed 2126 

Mathews, J. A.: Claim. To Finance 1024 

Matlin, Charles : Driveways. Order, Passed 898 

Mattavano, M. G. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1235 

Matthews, John J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Matthies, William J.: Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Mattuting (Stella) Society: Street carnival. Order, 

Passed 153 

Matushek, John : Driveway. Order, Passed 909 

Maurer, J. C. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Maxwell st. : Sidewalks, from S. Clinton st. to S. Halsted 

St. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 923 

Maxwell Street Market. (See under the heading "Markets, 
public".) 

May, J. V. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1238 

May St. : 

Filling station at s. e. cor. of W. 69th st. (See under 

the heading "Buckley, R. Leo".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 81st St. to W. 83rd st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Mayer, Si: Appointments. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 
Mayfair Men's Club : Request for action to require the 
elevation of tracks in the vicinity of "Mayfair". Peti- 
tion and Resolution, to Track Elev 2086-7 

Mayfair Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Mayfield av. : 

Drains, between Wabansia av. and Bloomingdale av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2507 



Id, 



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1923-24 



Mayfield av. : 

Paving and improving, from Wabansia av. to Blooming- 
dale av. Ordinance, Passed 2507 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. Madison st. to W. 

Adams st. Order, to Finance 399 

Passed 695-6 

Water service pipes, between Railroad av. and Roosevelt 

road, etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2081 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to Cortland st. 

Order, Passed 1299 

Water supply pipe, from Wabansia av. to Bloomingdale 

av. Order (referred Dec. 6, 1922, p. 1480), Filed.B71-2 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to W. 58th st. 

Orders, Passed 1387, 2192 

Mayor: 

(See also the heading "Dever, Wm. E.") 

Appropriations (annual). See 2209, 2226 

Furniture: authority for purchase. Order, Passed. . .791-2 
Messages (annual and special) : 

Activities of the Mayor and executive departments 
during the Council vacation. Message, Piih. 

and Filed 823-7 

Order (directing publication of a suitable 
number of copies of the message for public dis- 
tribution) , to Finance 827 

Filed 1458 

Informal speeches of certain Aldermen 
commending the Mayor and executive depart- 
ments), Noted 827 

Final message of Wm. Hale Thompson, Filed 3 

Veto messages, P«6 108, 438, 822-3 

963-7, 1.327-8, 1421-3, 1778, 2058-9, 210.3-4, 2370-2400 
Prisoners at the House of Correction : reports of re- 
leases. (See under the heading "House of Correc- 
tion".) 
Proclamations. (See the notations under the particular 

subjects affected.) 
Signature of the Mayor ; selection of John M. Kelly as 
proxy for affixing the signature to sundry instru- 
ments. Come, from the Mayor for (Oct., 1923), 

P«& 967 

Comes, from the Mayor (for Nov., 1923), Pub. 

and Filed 1077-8, 1172 

Come, from the Mayor (for Dec, 1923), Pub. 

and Filed 1329 

Come, from the Mayor (for Jan., 1924), Pub. 

and Filed 1557-8 

Come, from the Mayor (for March, 1924), 

Pub 1974 

Suits pending against the City wherein the Mayor is a 
party defendant : direction for payment of final 
judgments in an amount not exceeding $1,200. 

Order (referred Feb. 21, 1923, p. 1869), Filed 371-2 

Mayor's Safety Commission. (See the heading "Safety Com- 
mission".) 
Maypole, George M. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Maypole, George M., Jr. : Death (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Maypole, John B. : Maintenance of a gasoline pump. 

Order, to G., 0. d E. L 931 

Filed 1215-16 

Maypole, John J. : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs ' 14T1 

Mazano, Carl C. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1387 

Mazza, A. : Maintenance of sheds. Order, Passed .... 771 
Mazzaly, A. (See the heading "Mozzaly, A.") 

McAuliffe, J. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

McAuliffe, John P. : Bid for the purchase of voting ma- 
chines from the City. See 590-1 

MoBride, Matthew J.: Claim. To Finance 2493 

McBride, Patrick P. : Driveways. Order, Passed 294 

McCabe, Frances : 

Claim. Filed 702-4 

Claim. Order. Deferred and Pub 2464-5 

McCabe, Harry E. : Vacation of part of an alley in Cor- 
nell's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
McCabe, R. L. : Claim. Order, Passed 595 



McCaffery, Joseph G. : Compensation for extra services. 

Order, Passed 1443 

Amended 1747 

McCahill, Edmond D. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

McCarthy, Gerald F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

McCarthy, Hannah S. : Claim. To Finance 2499 

McCarthy, Jay J. : In the matter of the leasing of adver- 

tising space and space for vending machines, etc. on sta- 
tion platforms of elevated railroad companies. (See the 
notations under "Station platforms" under the heading 
"Elevated railroads".) 

McCarthy, Thomas L. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

McClellan, Wm. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

McClellan. William H. : Vacation of Normal av. (See un- 
der the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

McCloury, John J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

McClurg ct. : Paving, from E. Ohio st. to E. Ontario st. : 

direction for a report on reasons for delaying the work. 

Order, Passed 405 

MeComb, James J. : Resignation as Harbor Master. 

Noted 109 

McCon, D. B. : Sun parlor. Order, to Bldgs 629 

Passed 745 

McConnell, J. G. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1130 

Passed 1218 

McConville, Edward P.: Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

McCormick, Cyrus, Jr. : Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

McCormick, Etta M. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

McCormick, H. E. : Vacation of W. 54th st. and Normal av. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
McCormick, J. C. : Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments". ) 

McCormick, Mae : Claim. Filed 702-4 

McCourt, Joseph A. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

McCoy-Reuter & Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 378 

McCready, I. T. : Recommendation for issuance or a per- 

mit for construction of an iron pipe railing at Rogers av. 
and Lake Michigan so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. on 
Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michigan" un- 
der the heading "Streets".) ) 
McCue, Charles : Maintenance of frame dormer. Order, 

Passed 1474 

McCuUough, John : Claim. Filed 371-2 

McCullough, Wm. J. : Auto sales and service station and 

garage. Order, to Bldgs 155 

Filed 289 

McCurdy, Charles A.: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

MeDermott, William P.: Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

McDerrett, William : Addition to porch. Order, to 

Bldgs 155 

Passed ■ 431 

McDonald, James : Claim. Filed 371-2 

McDonald, Matthew: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

McDonald & Rothstein : Claim. To Finance 919 

McDonough, John J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

McDonough, Joseph B. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

McDonough, Matthew T. : Claim. Order, Passed .... 1444-5 

McDowell, Mary: Appointments. (See under the heading 
"Appointments".) 

McEUigott, James W. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

McElroy, Blair: Canopy. (See under the heading "Fitz- 

patrlek, Kenneth S.") 
McErlean, Charles V. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in 

certain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 
the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 

McFarland, Robert W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

McFarland, Terence : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

McGeean, E. H. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, 

Passed 1044 

McGill, Bernard C. : Erection of building. Order, 

Passed 780 

McGillen, John: Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 

McGinnis, Mr. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 384 

Passed 656 

MOGoogan, Jane: Claim. To Finance 1951 

McGovern, Edward J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2456 



1923-24 



INDEX 



113 



McGovern, John H. : Storm entrance and riser. Order, 

to Bldgs 1239 

To Local Ind 1285 

Passed 1G9(! 

McGrath, Eugene A.: Claim. Order. Passed 113.3-4 

McGrath '& Fitzgerald: Driveways. Order, Passed 543 

McGraw, A. H. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1023 

McGuire, Rev. M. J. : Bid for the purchase ot property 
at the s. w. cor. of Diversey parlvway and N. Marshfield 

av. To Finance 839 

Rejected 1081 

McGurlc, James J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Mclnerney, James: Claim. To Finance 1962 

Mclnemey, Patricli J.: Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Mclnerney, Rose : Driveway. Order, Passed 1046 

Mcintosh (Walter G. & Co. : Sewer connection. Order, 

Passed 776-7 

Vetoed and Filed 823 

McKay, Charles S. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 158 

Passed 431 

MoKee, Wm. J.: Claim. Order, Deferred and P»6... 2468-0 

McKernan, Mary : Sign. Order, Passed 2502 

McKevitt, Edward A.: Claim. Order, Pa^ssed 2456 

McKillip, Minnie A.: Claim.- To Finance 1853 

McKillop, Ellen : Claim. Order, Passed 418 

McKinlay, Donald S. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments". ) 

Election as Alderman. See . 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

McLachlan Building Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed. 111S19 

McLaren, Edward W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

McLaren, S. I. : Porch. Order, to Bldgs 2134 

Deferred and Pub 2482 

McLean, Alexander : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind. . . 552 

Passed 612 

McLean, R. D. : Sale of limestone dust to the City. 

Order, Passed 126 

McLennan Construction Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed 405 

McLennon, Hugh: Driveway. Order, Passed 379-80 

McMahon, John : Addition to building. Order, Passed . 2173 

McMahon, M. R. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 207 

McMahon, P. F. : Auto-sheds. Order, to Bldos 391 

Passed 656 

McMahon, William H. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

McMahon, William J.: Claim. Filed 371-2 

McManus. James F. : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind. . 388 

Passed 524 

McManus, Jenesen Auto Sales: Si.gn. Order. Passed.. 468 

McMlllen. Hugh : Maintenance of shed. Order, ' to 

Bldgs 1234 

Passed 1372 

McNamara, D. : Driveways. Order, Passed 764 

McNamara, Franli : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

McNamara, J. H. : Vacation of S. Lawndale av.. S. Ridge- 

way av., W. 50th st. and adjacent alleys. (See under 

"Lawndale av." under the heading "Vacations of 

Streets".) 

McNamara, W. H. : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1857 

Filed 1945 

McNamee, Rev. W. J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
MoNary-Haugen Export Corporation Bill. (See under the 

heading "U. S. Government".) 
McNaught, N. F. : Driveways. (See under the heading 

"Odium, W. H.") 
McNichols, James: Death. (See under the heading 
"Deaths^'.) 

McNichols, John: Claim. To Finance ...1561 

McNichols & Kimmel: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs.. .1137 

F'^e^ 2488 

McParland Lumber Co. : 

Flat and office building. Order, to Bldgs 909 

Passed 1278 

Shed. Order, to Bldgs 909 

Passed 1277-8 

McReynolds St. : Repair of the pavement, from N. Ashland 

av. to N. Wood st. Order, to Finawe 1043 

McRoy Auto Laundry : Driveways. Order, Passed .... 896 
McShane, Patrick J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 



MeViclter av. : Water supply pipe, from FuUerton av. to 

420 ft. north. Order, Passed 2406 

McViclfcr Theatre Co., The : Vault. Ordinance, to 

Local Ind 1461-2 

Passed 1755-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 2059-60 

McWilliams (I^fayette) & Sons: Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Meacham, Robert : Sign. Order, Passed 1668 

Mead, Francis : Driveways. Order, Passed 1290 

Amended 1383 

Mead & Wheeler Co. : Claim. To Finance 294 

Meade av. : 

Paving, from Grace st. to Addison st., etc. (system)). 

Ordinance, Passed 220 

Sewer, from Diversey av. to Wellington av. Ordinance, 

Passed ...» 315 

Water supply pipe, from Bloomingdale av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 370 ft. north of Schubert av. 

to 442 ft. north of Diversey av. Order, Passed. .850-3 

McCartney, Harry S. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in 

certain property acquired through tax sales. (See under 
the heading "Quit-claim deeds".) 
Medical Inspection, Bureau of. (See the heading "Health, 

Department of".) 
Medill (Joseph) Public Bath. (See under "Bathhouses, 

public" under the heading "Health, Department of".) ) 
Medina av. : 

Sewers, from N. Austin av. to alley first northeasterly 
of Milwaulsee av., etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 1128 

Water supply pipe, from N. Melvina av. to 16 ft. east. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Medow, Philip : Maintenance of garage. Order, to 

Bldgs 1392 

Passed 1701 

Mees, G. : Remodeling of building. Order, to Bldgs.. . .2138 

Deferred and Pui 2482 

Meier, J. : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 207 

Meinhardt, George O. : Claim. To Finance 2087 

Meister, C. H. : Claim. To Finance 1383 

Mellblom, Adolph : Driveway. Order, Passed 1479 

Mellblom, Adolph and Julia M. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 1393 

Mellby, P. W. : Claim. To Finance 2494 

Mellin, A. S. : Maintenance of windows. Order, to 

Bldgs 1036 

Passed 1278 

Melloy, Martin A. : Compensation for extra services. 

Order, Passed 1443 

Amended 1747 

Melman, Isaac: Maintenance of sheds. Order, Passed. 1043 
Melodia Phono. Co. : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 679-80 

Melrose st. : 

Drains, between N. Karlov and N. Crawford av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2509 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Central av. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from W. 
Grand av. to Lawrence av." under the heading "Cen- 
tral av.") 
Water service pipes, between N. Karlov av. and N. 

Crawford av. Ordinance, Passed . . .' 2509 

Water supply pipe, from N. Crawford av. to N. Karlov 

av. Order, Passed 1341-2 

Meltzer, Jacob : Claim. Order, Passed 516 

Melvina av. : 

Roadway width established, from Peterson av. to Ard- 

more av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1864 

Recommitted 2522-3 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Addison st. 

Order, Passed 2063 

Water supply pipe, from Diclcens av. to Armitage av. 

Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. North av to 52 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Peterson av. to Ardmore av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Menard av. : 

Drains, between Irving Park boul. and 299 ft. north of 

Belle Plalne av. Ordinance, Passed 318 

Paving and improving, from Wabansia av. to Blooming- 
dale av. Ordinance, Passed 2507 



114 



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1923-24 



Menard av. : 

Sewer, from Pullerton av. to Diversey av. Ordinance, 

Passed 943 

Water supply pipe, from Altgeld st. to 320 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 1562 

Water supply pipe, from Diversey av. to Wellington av. 

Order, Passed 403 

Water supply pipe, from 316 ft. nortli of FuUerton av. 

to Altgeld St. Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Grace st. to 180 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 2062 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 51st st. 

Order, Passed 1522-3 

Water service pipes, between Irving Park boul. and 299 

ft. north of Belle Plalne av. Ordinance, Passed.Sld-20 

Water supply pipe, from Wabansia av. Ho Bloomingdale 

av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Wilson av. to alley south of 

Wilson av. Order, Passed 1562 

Mendel, Joseph A. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Mendell st. : 

Lease of space in the street north of McLean av. (See 
under the headings "HlUs-McCanna Co." and "Hor- 
ween Leather Co.") 
Pipes under and across the street, northwesterly of Mc- 
Lean av. (See under the heading "Horween 
Leather Co.") 
Mendelson Bros. Paper Stock Co. : Loading platforms. 

Ordinance, to Local Ind 1020 

Passed 2038-9 

Acceptance and bond. See 2401 

Mendelssohn, Albert J. : Sign. Order, Passed 463 

Mentz, L. : Sign. Order, Passed 1289 

Meras, C. : Sign. (See under the heading "Spiros, J.")) 

Merbitz, Dr. Martin H. : Claim. To Finance 1383 

Mercantile establishments, wholesale : Repeal of license 

requirements. Ordinance (see Sec. 8), Passed 1405-6 

Mercer, Mrs. : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 940 

Passed 1105-6 

Merchandise brokers. (See under the heading "Brokers".) 
Merchandise stores : 

Combustible merchandise offered for sale : regulations 

governing display. Ordinance, to Bldgs 1736 

Retail merchandise stores : repeal of license requirements. 

Ordinance (see Sec. 20), Passed 1405-6 

Meredith, H. : Claim. To Finance 1669 

Merigold Taxpayers' Assn. : Protest against the proposed 

"universal" installation of water meters. Come, to 

Finance ; 588 

Merrill av. : Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 
83rd St. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 7,9th st. to 
E. 83rd St., etc." under the heading "Paxton av.") 

Merrill Tailors : Sign. Order, Passed 294 

Merrimac av. : 

Roadway width established, from Ardmore av. to Peterson 

av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1864 

Recommitted 2523 

Water supply pipe, from 66 ft. north of Bloomingdale 

av. to 84 ft. northward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. North av. to 52 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Peterson av. to Ardmore av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Mesch, Minnie: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 956-7 

Passed 1105 

Mesehlek, C. C. : Refund of a portion of fee paid for main- 

tenance of gasoline tanks. Ordinance, Passed ....1312-13 

Messengers Merchants Lunch Rooms : Construction of 

sidewalk. Order, Passed 292 

Metals (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk deal- 
ers and junk".) 
Meters, gas. (See under the heading "Gas and gas appli- 
ances".) 
Metric system. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Weights and Measures".) 
Metropole st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Long av. to N. 

Lockwood av. Ordinance, Passed 315 

Metropolitan State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 



Metropolitan West Side Elevated R. R. Co., The. (See under 
the heading "Elevated railroads".) 

Mets, Iscar : Claim. Filed 610 

Metz, A. D. : Compromise settlement of warrant for col- 
lection. Come. (City Comp.), to Finance 1875 

Metz, J. L. : Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 

Metz, Oscar: Driveways. Orders, Passed 381, 1289 

Metzler (J.) & Sons: Repair of sewer flushing wagon. 

Order, Passed 263 

Meyer, Aimee : Vacation of part of an alley in North Tier 

of Oaken wald. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 

Meyer, Fred : Sun porch. Order, Passed 291 

Meyer (G. A.) & Son, Inc.: Claim. To Finance 2013 

Meyer, John H. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1693 

Meyer, Walter : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Meyercord Co. : Vacation of part of an alley in Owen's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Meyering, Charles H. and Nina : Vacation of part of an 

alley in Conarroe's Resub. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Meyering, William D. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman See 2-3 

Micalletti, G. : Driveways. Order, Passed 935 

-Michaells, Herman: Driveway. Order, to Local Ind.. . .2192 

Deferred and Pub 2473 

Michaels, E. : Sheds. Order, to Bldgs 1124 

Michell Furniture Co. : Sign. Order, Passecs 1949 

Michelson, B. : Sign. Order, Passed 1669 

Michigan av. : 

"Boulevard connecting link". (See "Michigan av. boule- 
vard connecting link" under the heading "Parks and 
boulevards".) 
Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Cable under and along the street, between alley north of 
E. 87th St. and alley south of E. 87th st. (See un- 
der the heading "Garden Homes Community 
Church".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of Nos. 208-10 

N. Ordinance, Passed 2012 

Report of newspaper publication. (See 2156 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 320 N. 

Ordinance, Passed 2489 

"Parking" of vehicles under the south approach of the 

bridge. (See under the heading, "Craig, Andrew".) 

Paving and improving, from E. 99th st. to E. 108th st. 

Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pub. and to Local 

Ind 2429-34 

(Journal corrected April 25, 1924, p. 2543-4.)) 
Paving, from E. 124th st. to E. 127th st., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 2014 

Sewer, from E. Austin av. to E. Illinois st. : removal and 
reconstruction (The Tribune Bldg. Corp.). Order, 

to Finance 551 

Passed 1135 

Sidewalks, from E. 107th st. to E. 109th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 202 

Sidewalks, from B. 109th st. to E. 111th st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 466 

Sidewalks, from E. 111th st. to E. 115th st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance Passed 466 

Tanks at Nos. 2601-09 S. (See under the heading "Sin- 
clair Refining Co.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from E. 77th st. to E. 79th st. (e. 

side) . Order, Passed 2405 

Water supply pipe, from E. 77th st. to first alley north 

of E. 79th St. (w. side). Order, Passed 2405 

Widening and improvement of the street from E. Ran- 
dolph St. to E. Chicago av. (See "Michigan av. 
boulevard connecting link" under the heading 
"Parks and boulevards".) 
Michigan Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, 
if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Michigan Avenue Syndicate Trustees : Vault. Ordi- 
nance, to Local Ind 1462 

1756-7 



1923-24 



INDEX 



115 



Michigan Valve and Foundry Co. : Sale of castings to tlie 

City. Order, Passed 148G 

Michna, N. A. : Driveway. Order, Passed 306 

Miclcelson, Axel: Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 1225 

Passed 1270 

Mid City Electric Protective Co. : Wires for the transmis- 
sion of signals. Ordinance (referred Nov. 2, 1921, p. 

1097), Filed 1215-16 

To Q., 0. if E. L 2078 

Mid-City Trust & Savings Banlt : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Mid-West Box Co. : Loading platform : acceptance and 

bond (under an ordinance passed Feb. 28, 1923). See 4 

Mid West Hospital : Decrease of water rates and free use 

of city water. Order, Passed 1859 

Midland Electric Co. : Cancellation of warrants for collec- 
tion. Order Passed 691-2 

Miehle Trinting Press Co. : Driveway. Order, to Local 

Ind 1040 

Passed 1095 

Miha, M. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldffs 1058 

Passed 1278 

Mikell, A.: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 546 

Passed 612 

Mikula, John : Remodeling of building. Order, to B I dys. 2180 -I 

Milda Theatre : Sign. Order, Passed 909 

Milda Theatre Assn., The : Sign. Order, Passed 909 

Milet, Eleanor: Claim. To Finance 2492 

Militia (Illinois). (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Illinois, State of".) 
Milk and cream. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Foods and food products".) 
Mill-feed. (See the heading "Hay, straw, grain and mill- 
feed".) 
Millard av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. Roosevelt road 

and Ogden av. Order, Passed 307 

Sewer, from W. 32nd st. to W. 30th st. (See "Sewer, 
from Sanitary District Channel to W. 32nd St., etc." 
under the heading "Lawndale av.") 

Millard, George L. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Miller, A. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Miller, A. S. : Driveways. Order, Passed 2022 

Miller, Albert: Driveway. Order, Passed 2493 

Miller Bros. : Banner. Order, Passed 209 

Miller, Charles : Bid for the purchase of property at the 

s. w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. Marshfield av. 

To Finance 839 

Rejected 1081 

Miller, Dr. Edward S. : Claim. To Finance 1669 

Miller, Eugene: Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Miller, George : Completion of attic flat in building. 

Order, to Bldgs 2508 

Miller, George W. : Addition to building. Order, Passed 776 

Miller & Hart : 

Bridge (covered passageway). Ordinance, to Local Ind. 97 
Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Miller, .1. : Protest against proposed increases in the sal- 

ary rates of policemen and firemen. Come, to Finance.1888 

Miller, John : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Miller, .John C. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Sldgs 2132 

Deferred and Pub 2482 

ililler, John T. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Miller, Kathryn : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Miller Lumber Co. : Vacation of alleys in Charles H. 

Kusel's Second Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations 
of alleys".) 

Miller, Max : Claim. Order, Passed 559-60 

Miller, Pauline : Driveways. Order, Passed 1471 

Mills (Morris) & Sons, Inc.: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Mills & Sons: 

Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1926 

Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 215 

Filed 289 

Second Order, Passed 309 

Mills, Wiley W. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 



Milnoro Building Corp. : Alterations in flre escapes. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 157 

Passed 745 

Miltimore av. : 

Drains, between Milwaukee av. and Elston av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 949 

Water service pipes, between Milwaukee av. and Elston 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance Passed 475 

Milwaukee av. : 

Canopy at No. 1001. (See under the heading "North 

Western Packing Co.") 
Canopj- at Nos. 2538-40. (See under the heading "Thomp- 
son, John R., Jr.") 
Canopy at Nos. 2644-48. (See Under the heading "Vase- 

lopulos and Geannopulos".) 
Canopy at No. 4750. (See under the headings "Dynie- 

wicz. Angeline" and "Dyniewicz, C. W.") 
Canopy at s. e. cor. of Augusta st. (See under the head- 
ing "Polish Roman Catholic Union of America".) 
Filling station at Nos. 4121-31 : protest against estab- 
lishment. Order, Passed 946 

Ornamental clock in sidewalk space at No. 1226. (See 

under the heading "Young, H. E.") 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited, between N. Desplaines 

St. and N. Kedzie av. Ordinance, to Local Trans.2020 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited between N. Kedzie av. 

and Addison st. Ordinance, to Local Trans 2083 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Arraitage av. to 
south building line of No. 1968 (w. side)). Or- 
dinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from 350 ft. south of 
Norwood Park av. to north building line of No. 

4865 (e. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Repair of pavement, between Belmont av. and Irving Park 

boul. (E. J. Mahoney). Orders, Passed 487, 694 

Amendatory Order, Passed 1529 

Sidewalk, from Noble st. to Augusta st. (s. w. side), etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 935 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Minarsch, John: Claim. To Finance 1951 

Minch, Morris : Driveways (permission to Morris Minch 

and Isaac Hoffing). Order, Passed 2021 

Mlnkus, Abraham J. : Driveway (permission to Abraham J. 

Minkus and Joseph Katz). Order, Passed 1041 

Minnehaha av. : Sewers, from Devon av. to Caldwell av., 
and from Hiawatha av. to 145 ft. southwesterly of Ta- 
homa av. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero 
av., etc." under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 
^Miniu'sota T'nderwriters' Agency : Claim. Order, De- 
ferred and Pub 2465 

Minnetonka av. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to 40 ft. south- 

westerly of LeotI av. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. 
to N. Cicero av., etc." under the heading "Bryn Mawr 
av.") 

Minors : 

Arrests of boys : direction for consideration of the matter 
of handling minor law infractions in some manner 
other than detention in the county jail or police sta- 
tion cells. Resolution, Pub. and to Police 1479 

Filed 2072-3 

Detention home for .iuvenile delinquents. (For data. If 

any, see the heading "Juvenile Detention Home".) 
Playing of children upon public streets : in the matter of 
restraining. Come. (United Wholesale Meat Deal- 
ers' Assn.), to Schools 3-4 

Filed 1287 

Mlnter, Charles T. : Driveways. Order, Passed 316 

Mintz Art Store : Sign. Order, Passed 2490 

Mlrable, Frank : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Mirowski, W. K. : Sign. Order, Passed 1292 

"Miscellaneous" tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 

Misch, Herman R. : Canopy. Order, Passed 2081-2 

Misiura, Albert A. : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 942 

Passed lOll 

Misura, Mary: Water service pipe. (See under the heading 

"Johnson, John A.") 
Mitchell, Castenholz & Co. : Contract for accounting work 

in connection with traction litigation. Ordinance (for 
repeal of an ordinance passed May 3, 1920), Passed.... 356 



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Mizpat Congregation : Water service pipe : Order, 

Passed 1055 

Mkrdickian, Avak T. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Mobile av. : 

Roadway width established, from Ardmore av. to Peterson 

av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 18(54 

Recommitted 2523 

Water supply pipe, from Peterson av. to Ardmore av. 

Order, Passed i240t5 

Mocarwski, Frank : Drivevcay. Order, to Local Ind. . . . 941 

Passed 1159 

Moderwell, Charles M. : Appointments. ( See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

Modzinski, M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1^454 

Moe, Martin : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1125 

Passed 1218 

Moha, Joseph: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 112a 

Passed 1218-19 

Mohr, George M. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Mohr (John) and Sons: Vacation of E. 96th st. (See un- 
der the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Moir Hotel Co.: Sign. Order, to Local Ind 1521 

Passed , 1757 

Mojonnier Brothers : Driveways. Order, Passed '. 939 

Moline, Roy S. : Q.-c. deed of the City's interest in certain 
property acquired through tax sales. (See under the head- 
ing "Quit-claim deeds".) 

Moll. John J. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 148 

Passed 423 

Monarch Beverage Co. : Loading platform : acceptance and 

bond (under an ordinance passed March 31, 1923). See 166 

Monarch Lumber Co. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1297 

Passed 1372 

Monarch Refrigerator Co. : 

Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 156 

Passed 1270 

Second Order, to Local Ind 311 

Passed 1309 

Loading platforms. Ordinance, Passed 650-1 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Second Ordinance, to Local Ind 2026 

Pipes. Ordinance, to Local Ind 2026 

Vault. Ordinance, to Local Ind ; 2026 

Monarch Theatre Supply Co. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Mondal & Dan : Sign. Order, Passed 1952 

Mondrala, Estelle : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 942 

Passed 1011-12 

Monheit, Phil. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Monroe st. : 

Canopy at Nos. 55-57 W. (See under the heading "Fox 

Film Corporation".) 
Loading platform at No, 620 W. (See under the heading 

"Friend (Alex) & Co.") 
Opening of the street for east-bound traffic, between S. 

Market st. and S. Wells st. Order, Passed 1232 

"Parking" at alley east of S. Wabash av. (s. curb) : per- 
mission granted Neil S. Shannon to park automobile. 

Order, Passed 812 

Pipe under and across the street, west of S. State st. 
(See under the heading "Illinois Maintenance Co.") 
Sidewalk space at n. w. cor. of S. State st. : permission . 

for occupation. Order, Passed 462 

Sidewalks, from S. Wells st. to S. Franklin st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 199 

Monson, Fred : Driveway. Order, Passed 550 

(Montana st. : Water supply pipe, from N. Lockwood av. to 

461 ft. eastward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Monterey aV. : Sidewalks, from Homewood av. to Hale av. 

(both sides) . Ordinance, Passed 630 

Montgomery Ward & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 415 

Montrose av. : 

Billboard at n. w. cor. of Greenview av. : removal. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 1866 

Bulkhead (sea wall) at Lake Michigan: recommendation 
that the wall be not disturbed. (See the report of 
the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Extension of water main, from N. Menard av. to N. Mans- 
field av. (s. side) . Order, Passed 1300 

Filling station at Nos. 2539-41. (See under the heading 
"Lurie, Leo".) 



Montrose av. : 

Name for the intersection of Montrose av., Broadway and 
Sheridan road. (See under the heading "Street no- 
menclature".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from Broadway to 200 

ft. west (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Sidewalk at Nos. 1440-48 : prohibition against removal. 

Order, Passed 642 

Sidewalk, from N. Cicero av. to 868 ft. west (s. side), etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 2513 

Sidewalks, from Clarendon av. to Sheridan road (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2515 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tank (gasoline), at Nos. 2539-41: permission for in- 
stallation. Order, to O.. O. & E. L 162 

Passed 1493 

Montrose Avenue Hospital & Sanitarium : Exemption from 
payment of license fee. Order (referred Jan. 17, 1923, 

p. 1692), Filed 1458 

Montrose Realty Sales Co.: Claim. To Finance 1951 

Moody av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Ardmore av. northeast thereof. 

Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from W. North av. to 52 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from W. North av. to Wabansia av. 

Order, Passed . . 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Wabansia av. to Bloomingdale 

av. Order, Passed 2134 

Moore (Benjamin) & Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed... 310 

Moore (P. J.) & Co., Inc.: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Moose, Loyal Order of. (See the heading "Loyal Order of 

Moose".) 
Moral conditions, inspectors and assistant inspectors of. (For 
data, if any, see under "Employes" under the heading 
"Police, Department of".) 
Morals Commission : Appointment of members. ( See under 

the heading "Appointments".) 
Morals Court. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Mu- 
nicipal Court of Chicago".) 
Moran, Catherine : 

Claim. Filed 371-2 

Claim. Order, Passed 415 

Moran, James M. : Sign. Order, Passed 104 

Moran, Terence F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See . 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Morand Brothers : Claim. To Finance 2013 

Morand, James J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 396 

Moraw Building Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Morgan, Aarof : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs. . , 1026 

Filed 1380 

Morgan, Allan: Driveways. Orders, Passed. .536, 1023, 1116 

Morgan, Henry : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 905 

Passed 1012 

Morgan, Jay : Claim. To Finance 1388 

Morgan, John J. : Claim. Order, Passed 692 

Morgan st. : 

Filling station at Nos. 6700 02 S. (See under the head- 
ing "Weiss, Maurice".) 
Sidewalks, from W. 98th st. to W. 99th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 920 

Morgon, Allan : Temporary auto-shed. Order, Passed . ■ . 620 

Morgues. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Under- 
takers and care of the dead".) 

Morley, Harry : Claim. To Finance ■ 1734 

Moroney, William : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2499 

Morris, A. E. : Maintenance of porch. Order, to Bldgs. .lOi'^i 

Passed 1278-9 

Morris, Benjamin I. : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind. . . 331 

Filed 1274 

Morris, Hugh: Driveway. Order, Passed 1859 

Morris, John J. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 2019 

Morris, M. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Morris, Peter : Sign. Order, Passed 1227 

Morrison Hotel Co. : Sign. Order, to Local Ind. '618 

Passed 2148 

Morrow, Edward W. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 537 

Passed 745 



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Morse av. : 

Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : recommendation 
for the work so as to make the waters of the shore 
accessible to bathers. (See the report of the Com. on 
Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake Michigan" 
under the heading "Streets".) 
Sidewalks, from Sheridan rd. to Glenwood av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 10.50 

Water supply pipe, from N. California av. to 170 ft. west 

of N. Campbell av. Order, Passed li48-50 

Morton av. : Drains, south of Chase av. : permission to lay, 

on payment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed 323-4 

Morton Manufacturing Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed. . 633 
Morton Salt Co. : Sale of rock salt to the City. Orders, 

Passed 1052, 1870 

Morton st. : 

Sewer, from Farwell av. to 40 ft. south of Morse av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1131 

Water supply pipe, from 97 ft. north of Chase av. to 108 

ft. northward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Moseley, Brig. Gen. Geo. Van Horn : Expression of appre- 
ciation of the City Council's endorsement of Federal sum- 
mer training camps. Come, Filed 1975 

Mosely, E. T. : Driveways. Order, Passed 952 

Moser, Charles : Canopy. Order. Passed 2138 

Moses, Howard D. : Bid for the purchase of property at the 

s. w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. Marshfleld av. 

To Finance 839 

Rejected 1081 

Moss, Herbert N. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-.5 

Mosspratt st. : Water meter at No. 3156 : removal. Or- 
der, to Finance 203 

Mostreat, W. : Claim. To Finance 1951 

Slotion pictures: 

Censors of motion pictures. (For data, if any, see under 
"Employes" under the heading "Police, Department 
of.) 
Films : 

Arbuckle, Roscoe : prohibition against the exhibition 
of films featuring Arbuckle. Resolution (re- 
ferred Dec. 27, 1922, p. 1591), Filed 140-1 

Come, from the Commander of Loyd Whea- 
ton Post, V. of F. W. (objecting to the proposed 
action of the City Council) (referred Jan. 2. 

1923, p. 1620), Filed 140-1 

Censorship of films : request for the retention of 
plan of censoring motion-picture films. Come. 

(Catholic Woman's League), to Judiciary 839 

Dempsey-Carpentier prize fight : direction for an in- 
vestigation of the Issuance of permits for exhi- 
bition. Resolution (referred Nov. 16, 1921, 

p. 1281), Filed 1-10-1 

Theaters, motion-picture. (For data, if any, see under 
the heading "Amusements".) 
Motor vehicles. (See the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Motorbas lines: 

Blue Star Motor-Bus Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of 
convenience and necessity to transport passengers and 
property by motor vehicles between the Illinois and 
Indiana State line and E. 63rd st. and South Park 
av. Come. (City Clerk), Puh. and to Local Trans .1^-15 
Filed 1^«8 

Burlingame, Elmer A. : notice of application to the Illinois 
Commerce Commission for a certificate of convenience 
and necessity to carry passengers and freight by 
motor vehicles between Lake Zurich and Chicago. 
Come, from the City Clerk (referred Aug. 3, 1921, p. 
1008), Filed 611-12 

Chicago Motor Bus Co. : prohibition against the operation 
of buses on N. Ashland av. between Edgewater and 
Belle Plalne aves. Petition and Order, to Local 
Trans 1130 

Chicago Motor Coach Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport passengers by 
motor vehicles in certain streets in the City of Chi- 
cago as extensions fo its service. Come. (City 

Clerk), Puh. and to Local Trans 1078 

Filed 1459 

Second Come. (City Clerk), PiiT). and to 
Local Ind 2402 



Motorbas lines: 

Chicago Motor Coach Co. : prevention of further exten- 
sions and request for an opinion as to the legal right 
of the company to operate buses in the City. Res- 
olution, to Local Trans 1054 

Report of the Com. on Local Transportation (in 
the matter of the authority of the City to license 
and regulate motorbuses), Pnb. and Piled .2164-5 

Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee R. R. : application for 
authority to operate a bus line between certain points 
in Chicago and Milwaukee, Wise. Come, and Peti- 
tion, to Local Trans 15 

City Motor Bus Co. : permission for operation of a bus 
line on Central av., from W. North av. to W. Roose- 
velt road. Order (referred Feb. 7, 1923. p. 1819). 
Filed 190-7 

Community-owned bus line In the district west of S. 
Cicero av. and south of Archer av. : endorsement of 
the line and direction for aid in securing a certificate 
of convenience and necessit.v for operation. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 1729-30 

Cook-Lake Motor Stages, Inc. : notice of application to 
the Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of 
convenience and necessity to operate motorbuses 
between certain points in Chicago and the villages 
of Des Plaines and Park Ridge. Come, from the 
City Clerk (referred March 22, 1922, p. 2047), Filed 
011-12 

Cook-Lake Motor Stages, Inc. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport passengers and 
property by a motor vehicle between Gale st. and 
Milwaukee av. and "Edison Park". Come, from 
the City Clerk (referred Jan. 18, 1922, p. 1658). 
Filed 611-12 

Greater Chicago Federation recommendations. Conic. 

(referred Dec. 20, 1922, pp. 1494-5), Filed 611-12 

lUlana Motor Bus Co. : application for authority to operate 

a bus line between E. 63rd st. and South Park av. 

and E. 106th st. and Indianapolis boul. Come, to 

Local Trans .• 114 

Kipp's Express & Van Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport property by motor 
trucks between Chicago and Joliet, HI. Come, 
from the City Clerk (referred Dec. 6, 1922, p. 1429), 
Filed 611-12 

Licensing and regulation of motorbuses : report in con- 
nection with the City's authority to license and regu- 
late. Report (Com. on Local Transportation), Pub. 
and Filed 2164-5 

Municipal ownership and operation of motorbus lines. 
(See the notations under the heading "Local trans- 
portation".) 

Niles Center Bus Lines : in the matter of the operation of 
buses via Lincoln av. and eastward on Kenilworth 
av. to Ridge boul., thence eastward to C. & N. W. 
R. R. depot and the Morse av. station of the North- 
western Elevated R. R.. Order, to Local Trans. ...2516 

Ogden Omnibus Line : application for authority to operate 
a bus line between certain points in Chicago and the 
village of Park Ridge. Come, and Petition (re- 
ferred Nov. 29, 1922, p. 1394), Filed 611-12 

Operation of motorbus lines in Blston av. and Norwood 
Park av. as extensions to street railway lines : dli*ec- 
tion for consideration of feasibility. Order, to 
Local Trans 2025 

Operation of motorbuses : in the matter of stoppage of 
operation until permits have been secured from tne 
City Council. Order, to Local Trans 1681 

Operation of motorbuses over certain streets without 
frontage consents from property-owners abutting upon 
such streets : direction for submission of an opinion 
as to legal status. Order, to Local Trans 1801 

Regulation and control of the operation of motorbuses 
in streets of the city of Chicago. Opinion from the 
Corp. Counsel (referred Nov. 23, 1921, p. 1300), Filed 
611-12 



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Uotorbus lines: 

Regulation and control of the operation of motorbuses in 
the streets of the city of Chicago : Council grant of 
authority required for operation ; provision for issu- 
ance of temporary permits valid until Dec. 1, 1922. 
Amendatory Ordinance (extending temporary permits 
to Dec. 1, 1923) (referred Dec. 6, 1922, p. 1474), 

Filed 611-12 

State St. and N. State parkway : protest against the grant- 
ing of a franchise for operation of a motorbus line in 

the streets. Petition, to Local Trans 1239 

Suburban Auto Livery Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport passengers and 
property by motor vehicles between "Jefferson Park" 
and Park Ridge. Come, from the City Clerk (re- 
ferred Jan. 17, 1923, p. 1636), Filed 611-12 

Universal Bus Line Co. : notice of application to the 
Illinois Commerce Commission for a certificate of con- 
venience and necessity to transport passengers by 
motor vehicles between certain points in Chicago and 
the villages of Robey, Whiting, Marks and Indiana 
Harbor, Ind. Come, from the City Clerk (referred 

Oct. 4, 1922, p. 943), Filed 611-12 

Wauconda, Lake Zurich & Chicago Transportation Co., 
The : notice of application to the Illinois Commerce 
Commission for a certificate of convenience and ne- 
cessity to transport passengers and baggage by motor 
vehicles over a certain route, including streets in the 
city of Chicago. Come. Pub. and to Local Trans. 

2189-90 

Motorcycles. (See the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Mottramite of Paris, Prance, The : Payment for steel sold 

to the City. Order, Passed 792 

Moulding (Thos.) Brick Co.: Installation of mastic floor- 
ing at the Municipal Contagious Disease Hospital. Or- 
der, Passed 697-8 

Mt. Zlon English Lutheran Church : Free permits for sewer 

and water connections. Order, Passed 2130 

Moving Picture Operators' Union (Local No. 110) : En- 

dorsement of request for increases in salary rates of clerks 

employed by the City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Moving pictures. (See the heading "Motion pictures".) 

Moy, Willie : Sign. Order, Passed 391 

Mozart St. : 

Paving, from W. 51st St. to W. 55th St. (See "Paving, 
from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., etc." under the head- 
ing "Fairfield av.") 
Relocation of curb and paving of street, north of Logan 
boulevard. (See under the heading "Eleventh Church 
of Christ Scientists of Chicago".) 
Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to 44 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from 230 ft. north of W. 56th st. to 

W. o5th St. Order, Passed 850-3 

Mozgvra, Joe: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. ..2131 

Deferred and Pub ; 2483 

Mozzaly, A.: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Mudd (Ray F.) Motor Co. : Sale of Ford automobiles to 

the City. Order, Passed 1305 

Mueller Company : Sale of corporation cocks to the City. 

Order, Passed 2029 

Mueller, H. A. (See the heading "MuUer, H. A.") 
Mueller (H.) Mfg. Co.: 

Sale of repair lids to the City. Order, Passed 1967 

Sale of shut-off boxes to the City. Order, Passed .... 1132 
Muench, H. W. : Maintenance of pop corn stand. Order, 

Passed 628 

Muldoon, John A.: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 
Mulholland, Frank H. : Construction of buildings. Order, 

to Bldgs 1034-5 

Passed 1279 

Mullenbach, James: Appointments. (See under the head- 
ing "Appointments".) 

Muller, IT. A.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 916 

Passed 1012 

Mulligan av. : 

Roadway width established, from Ardmore av. to Peterson 

av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1864 

Recommitted 2523 

Water supply pipe, from Peterson av. to Ardmore av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Mnlfiueen. James J. : Claim. Filed 371-2 



Mulvaney, Edward H. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Mulvihill Brothers : Compromise settlement of warrant 

for collection. Come. (City Compt.), to Finance ....2157 
Mundelein, Cardinal George W. : Appointment of a com- 
mittee to felicitate the Cardinal. Resolution, Adopted.21Hl-2 
Municipal asphalt plants. (For data, if any, see "Asphalt 
plants, municipal" under the heading "Streets, Bureau 
of".) 
Municipal Clerks Ex-Service Men's Assn. : 

Leaves of absence, with pay, to City-employe members of 
State militia regiments on duty in Williamson Coun- 
ty, 111. Come, to Finance 1785 

Order, Passed 1853 

Request that the minimum wage scale for postofflce 
clerks be considered in determining the 1924 salary 
schedule for clerks employed by the City. Come, 

to Finance 1560 

Municipal Contagious Disease Hospital. (See "Contagious 
Disease Hospital, Municipal" under the heading "Health, 
Dept. of".) 
Municipal Convention Hall : Direction for consideration of 
the matter of issuing bonds for construction. Order, 
Pub. and to Finance 1476 

Municipal Court of CUcag'o: 

Amendment of the Municipal Court Act : referendum vote 
on the question of consenting to certain amendments 

to the Act. Ordinance, to Finance 1892 

Passed 1996-8 

(Journal corrected, see p. 2057.) 
Bailiff : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2240-1 

Deputy bailiffs : authority for employment. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1651-2 

Patrol : authority for purchase, and exchange of old 

patrol in part payment. Order, Passed 792 

Building for housing sundry branches of the Court and 
sundry police activities : Order (directing consid- 
eration of the matter of erection) (referred Nov. 2, 

1921, p. 1161), to police 9 

Filed 377-8 

Order (directing that consideration be given to 
the purchase of a certain available site) (referred 

Dec. 7, 1921, p. 1396), to Police 9 

Filed 377-8 

Petitions (protesting against the proposed pur- 
chase of the Andrews Bldg. for the purpose), to 

Finance 588, 618 

Resolution (directing an investigation of branch 
court rooms and action 1;aken to secure a new build- 
ing) , to Public Health 1040 

Filed 1947 

Report of sub-committee. Pub. and to Finance . 1947-8 
Come, from Supt, of Police (recommending the 
construction of a building at S. State and 11th sts.), 

Pub. and to Finance 1433 

Chief Justice : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2238-9 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed.. 2SQ4: 

Certain Items, Amended 2537 

, Associate judges : provision for increases in salary 

rates. Ordinance, to Finance 1951 

Chief Justice : provision for increase in salary rate. 

Ordinance, to Finance 1951 

Jury calendars : authority for purchase (F. J. Ringley 

Co.). Order, Passed 2032 

Probation offieers : appropriations for salaries. See 
the appropriations for the Chief Justice, noted 
above. ) 
Clerk : 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2239-40 

Station dockets : authority for purchase (Fred J. 

Ringley & Co.) . Order, Passed 1309 

Prisoners brought to. and from court rooms in the City 
Hall : use of basement in lieu of first floor as a 
means of entrance and exit. Order, to Police. . . . 302 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of , funds".) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See under 

the heading "Pension funds".) 
Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund. (See 

under the heading "Finance".) 
Municipal foundry. (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 
under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 



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INDEX 



119 



Municipal Material and Service Capital Account. (For data, 
If any, see "Capital accounts" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Municipal Nursery. Berwyn, III. : Installation of a sewer 

(P. K. Clayton). Order, Passed 1308 

Municipal ownership and operation of street railway lines, 
elevated railroad lines and passenger subways. (See the 
notations under the heading "Local transportation".) 

Municipal parks. (See "Parks, municipal" under the head- 
ing "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau 
of.) 

Municipal Fier, Bureau of: 

American Medical Assn. : lease of space. Ordinance, 

Passed 15(53-66 

Appropriations (annual). See i!297-8 

Appropriations (annual). Item (for fuel, light and 

power) , Vetoed 2390 

Item (for fuel, light and power), Amended. .. ■2'yib 

Auditorium building : in the matter of construction. 
Comes, from the Mayor (referred Oct. 4, X'.V22. pp. 

940-1 ) , to Police 9 

Filed 377-8 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", under the heading "Finance".) 

Booth: authority for removal by the Commonwealth Ed- 
ison Co. Order, Passed 445 

Catering concession on the pier during the seasons of 1922 
to 192(5. Ordinance (awarding the catering con- 
cession for the season of 1922 to the Delco bunch 
Co.) (referred June 29, 1922, p. 847), to Local Ind. . 9 
Filed 140 

Establishment of the bureau ; creation of the office of 
Superintendent of I'iers ; powers and duties defined ; 
employment of officers and employes vested in the 
Comr. of Public Works ; Harbor Board eliminated. 
Ordinance, Paxscd 2.51-2 

Financial statement for 1922. Report, Pub. and to 

Harbors 114-15 

Leases and contracts for space : direction for an investi- 
gation of existing leases and contracts. Order, 
Passed 160 

Music, etc., for public entertainment : authority for con- 
tracts. Order, Passed 647-S 

National Assn. of Retail Clothiers : lease of space. Or- 
dinance, Parsed 356-9 

Second Ordinance, to Finance 1567 

Passed 1836-8 

National Confectioners" Assn. of the V. S. : lease of space. 

Ordinance, Passed 1791-5 

Northrup, John L. : lease of space. Ordinance (for re- 

peal of an ordinance passed April 5, 1923), Passed .. 444-5 

Pageant of Progress Exposition. (See the heading 
"Pageant of Progress Exposition".) 

Ticket booths : transfer to the Forest Preserve District 

of Cook County. Order, Passed 1489 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Transformers (Pittsburgh) : authority for purchase (Com- 
monwealth Edison Co.). Order, Passed 1071 

U. S. Government : release from an agreement for resto- 
ration of space occupied by a naval radio station on 
the fourth and mezzanine floors. Ordinance, to ' 

Finance 1894 

Passed 2089 

Universal Food Staples Exposition : lease of space during 

Sept., 1924. Come, to Finance 838 

Warehouse, public : authority for operation. Come. 

(C. P. W.) and Ordinance, to Finance 1563 

Ordinance, Passed 1836 

Municipal plant. (See "Marshall boulevard municipal plant" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Municipal power and heating plant. (For data, if any, see 

"Power and heating plant, municipal" under the heading 
"Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Municipal reduction plant. (See under the heading "Waste 

Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Munleipnl Reference Library. (See the heading "Statistics 

and Municipal Reference Library, Bureau of".) 
Municipal shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of.) 
Municipal street-lighting system. (See "Municipal lighting 

system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, Dept. 

of.) 



Municipal Street-Lighting System Bond Fund. (For data, if 
any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 
Municipal tuberculosis sanitarium. (See the heading "Tuber- 
culosis Sanitarium, Chicago Municipal".) 
Municipal warehouse. (For data, if any, see "Warehouse, mu- 
nicipal" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Municipalities, League of: Appropriation tor payment of 

the City's pro rata share of expinse of the League In 

securing data in connection with Insurance. Sec 2220 

Murphy, Francis J. : Claim. Order. Passed 556-7 

Murphy (Guy) & Bros. Teaming Co. : Claim. Piled. .. .'dll-'Z 

To Finance 1470 

Murphy-Miles Oil Co.: Driveway. Order. Passed 778 

Murphy Plumbing Co. : Payment for installation of plumb- 
ing at the South Chicago Police station. Order, Passed. 24!H> 
Murphy. T. Francis : Contract for removal of ashes and 

rubbish from certain pumping stations. Order, Pas.'ied . 1868 

Murphy, William : Claim. To Finance 2013 

Murray. Rev. Ambrose: Claim. To Finance 1225 

Musch, Edward : Addition to barn. Order, to Bld<is. . . 916 

Passed 1012 

Musical instruments, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers 
in : Repeal of license requirements. Ordinance (see 

Sec. 14), Passed 1405-6 

Muskegon av. : 

Paving and Improving, from E. 83rd st. to the B. & O. 

R. R. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. 

to E. 87th St., etc." under the heading "Kingston 

av.") 

Paving and improving, from E. 104th st. to E. 106th st. 

Ordinance. Passed 2494 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in E. 83rd st. (See the 

notations under "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd 

St. to E. 87th St., etc." under the heading "Kingston 

av.") 

Sewer, from E. 130th st. to E. 128th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 623 

Switch track across the street, north of E. 105th st. 
(See under "Washbum-Crosby Co." under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 
Muslin signs (over sidewalks). (See under the names of par- 
ticular individuals, etc. For general data. If any, see 
under the heading "Signs".) 

Mussil, Charles, Jr. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 552 

Passed 745-6 

Jliistin, H. S. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 147 

Passed "SI 

Mutual National Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Muvrin, John : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 946 

Sign. Order, Passed 946-7 

Myers, Dr. Nathaniel Louis: Sign. Order, Passed 1021 

Myrtle av. : 

Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc. (system) 
(including sewer connections in the street and in 
Hood av., Niagara av., Peterson av.. Peck ct., Newell 

av. and Nickerson av.). Ordinance, Passed 238 

[Recommendation, estimate and ordinance pub- 
lished March 26, 1923, pp. 2123-32, and Journal cor- 
rected, p. 2157.] 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Neva av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Neva av. to 
N. Harlem av., etc.", above.) 
Water supply pipe, from Norwood Park av. to 44 ft. West. 

Order, Passed 2406 

N. 

Nadenau, Mathias : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1129 

Filed 122Q 

Nagle av. : 

Sewers, from Norwood Park av. to OBryn Mawr av.. etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 949 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 51st st. Or- 
dinance, Pa^ssed 913 

Water supply pipe, from Wellington av. to 267 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

NannI, Peter : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Naper av. : Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to Naples 

av. Order, Passed 850-3 



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Naples av. : 

Sidewalks, from N. Nagle av. to Naper av. (both sides), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed "^185 

Sidewalks, from Naper av. to Kaven st. (both sides), etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 'loVS 

Water supply pipe, from 136 ft. east of Naper av. to 242 

ft. westward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Narcotic drugs. (See under the heading "Drugs and drug- 
gists".) 
Narragansett av. : Paving and improving, from W. Grand 

av. to Diversey av. Ordinance, Passed 2182-3 

Nartzik (J. J.), Inc.: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Nashville av. : Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 

54th St. Order, Passed 764 

Nassau st. : Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to 84 ft. 

south. Order, Passed 850-3 

Natatoriums, municipal. (See "Swimming pools, municipal" 

under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 

Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Natchez av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 57th st. Or- 
der, Passed 764 

Water supply pipe, from Dickens av. to 426 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Wellington av. to 386 ft. noi'th- 

ward. Orders, Passed 58y-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Wellington av. to 495 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. 57th st. to W. 58th st. 

Order, Passed Oil 

Nathanson, L. : Cancellation of 'warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 897 

National Assn. of Retail Clothiers : Lease of space on the 

Municipal Pier. Ordinance, Passed 356-9 

National Bank of Commerce in Chicago, The : Deposits of 

City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 
National Bank of the Republic of Chicago, The : Deposits 

of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 

National Beverage Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 924 

National Biscuit Co. : 

Bridge (covered passageway). Ordinance, to Local Iiid. 153 
Deferred and Pub 2474 

Loading platform. Ordinance, Passed 805-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
National Blow & Copper Works : Installation of a dust and 

gas collecting system for the City. Order, Passed. .. .2118 

National City Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
National Confectioners' Assn. of the TJ. S. : Lease of space 

on the Municipal Pier. . Ordinance, Passed 1791-5 

National Copper and Steel Tank Works : Sale of ventilating 

equipment to the City. Order, Passed 796 

National Film & Export Co. (See the heading "Argosy Film 

Service".) 
National Fire Proofing Co. : Vacation of an alley in Henry 

R. Bond's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 

alleys".) 
National Fire Proofing Co. of Chicago : Permission to 

dredge clay from Lake Calumet. Order, Passed 2170 

National Guard. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Illinois, State of".) 
National Ice Co. : Supply of water from the Village of 

Berwyn. Order, to Judiciary 1692 

Filed 1945-6 

Second Order, Passed 1867 

National Milk Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

National Music Trades Convention, The : Invitation to all 

school bands of the nation to attend the convention on 

June 4th to 7th, 1923. Resolution, Adopted 146 

National School of Chiropractic: Claim. To Finance... 897 
National Sewing Machine Co. : UrTveway. Order, to Lo- 
cal Ind 2132 

Deferred and Pub 2474 

National Tea Co. : Vacation of part of an alley in Flston's 

Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Vacations 

of alleys".) 

National Theatres Corp. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1230 

National Twist Drill and Tool Co. : Sign. Order, Possed . 2178 
National Union Detective Agency, Inc. : Claim. Order, 

Passed 560 

Kfitional Union Markets: Signs. Orders, Passed. 97, 149, 207 



Natkin & Robin: Driveways. Order, Passed 1742 

Natoma av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Albion av. to 115 ft. southward. 

Orders, Passed 589 90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 140 ft. south of Ardmore av. to 

Hurlburt av. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from Ardmore av. to 140 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Nattoli Brothers : Sign. Order, Passed 617 

Navajo av. : Sewer, from Devon av. to Leoti av. (See 

"Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc.'' under 

the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 
Naval Reserve Force, U. S. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "United States Government".) 
Navarre av. : Drains, between Raven st. and Naper av., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 949-50 

Nawraey, Stanley : Addition to building. Order, to 

Sldgs 1030 

Passed 1279 

Nealis, Henry 6. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Necliin Steel Construction Co. : Driveways. Order, to 

Local Ind 1678 

Passed 1871 

Second Order, Passed 1682 

Nechuta, Otto : Claim. Filed 1457 

Neenah av. : 

Extension of water supply pipe, from W. 56th st. to W. 

58th St. Ordinance, Passed 204 

Water supply pipe, from Roscoe st. to 24 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Neer, Wm. A, : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 

Neher, Charles : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Nehrin, Joseph : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 926 

Passed 1106 

Neighborhood Drug Store: Claim. Filed 371-2 

TVeisl, George N. : Bid for the purchase of property at the 

s. w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. Marshfield av. 

To Finance 1710 

Resolution (extending time for acceptance of bid). 

Adopted 1998 

Nelcon, Bmil : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1054 

Nelligan, Charles L. : Claim (presented as claim of John 

Newton) . Order, Passed 692 

Nelsen, Herman : Claim. To Finance 2172 

Nelsen, Karl Gustaf: Driveway. Order, Parsed 321 

Nelson Cut Stone Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed 380 

Nelson, George : Maintenance of garage. Order, to Bldgs. 916 

Passed 1372-3 

Nelson, Ida : Claim. Filed 1458 

Nelson, John : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Nelson, John H. : Completion of building. (See under the 

heading "Collins, John V.") 

Nelson & LeMoon : Driveway. Order, Passed 937 

Nelson Manufacturing Co. : Sale of gate valves to the City. 

Come. (C. P. W.) and Order, to Finance 2064 

Nelson, Nils: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 1024 

Filed 1380 

Nelson, Oscar F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Order, Passed 2194 

Oath of oflice as Alderman. See 2-3 

Nelson st. : Repair of roadway, from N. Karlov av. to N. 

Tripp av. Order, to Finance 2182 

Nelson, Walter C. : Death. (See under the heading 

"Deaths".) 
Nelton Cut Stone Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed. .. .539-40 

Ness, Alf : Claim. Filed 1458 

Nettleton av. : Water supply pipe, from Navarre av. to Nor- 
wood Park av. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Neudecker, Adolph : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Neva av. : 

Drains, from W. Grand av. to Palmer st. Ordinance, 

Passed 2507 

Paving, from W. Circle av. to Avondale av. (See "Paving, 
from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under the 
heading "Myrtle av.") 

Paving, from W. Grand av. to Palmer st. Ordinance, 

Passed , 1687 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. to N. 
Harlem av." under the heading "Addison st".) 



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121 



Neva av. : 

Sewer, from Diversey av. to George st. Ordinance, 

Passed »ia 

Sidewalk, from Hood a v. to I'eck ct. (w. side). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2ia5 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 53rd st. Or- 
der, Passed 1341-2 

Water supply pipe, from W. Circle av. to Avondaie av. 

Order, Passed 240o 

Water supply pipe, from Diversey av. to 382 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Nevada st. : Sidewalks, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lavergne 

av. (both sides), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed. .. . 219 

New Bamboo Inn Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 932-3 

New England av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See the 
notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. to N. 
Harlem a v." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Water supply pipe, from Fullerton av. to Wrightwood av. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

New Gault Hotel Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 1113-14 

New Hope Baptist Church : * 

Claim. Order, Passed 1304 

Free permits for erection of church building. Order, 

Passed 393 

New Strand Theater : Sign. Order, Passed 937 

New Tivoli Restaurant : Sign. Order, Passed 1949 

New Tremont Hotel Co., The: Sign. Order, Passed.... 198 

New Way Laundry System Corp. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 899 

New York Belting & Packing Co. : Sale of hose to the City. 

Order, Passed 12tj 

New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co. (See under the 

heading "Railroads".) 
New York Leather & Finding Store : Claim. To Finaiice.lTil 

Newark av. : Sidewalk, from Ardmore av. to Bryn Mawr 

av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 640 

Newberry av. : Closing of the street to traffic, from W. 

Roosevelt rd. to Maxwell st. Orders, Passed- ■■ .'iiS, 1290 

Newberry, Mary L. : Driveways. Order, Passed 19(>2 

Newcastle av. : Sidewalks, from Addison st. to Roscoe st. 

(both sides). Ordinance, Passed 637-8 

Newell av. : 

Paving, from Avondaie av. to Norwood Park av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewer, connecting with tlie sewer in Norwood Park av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from N. Neva av. 
to N. Harlem av., etc." under the heading "Myrtle 
av.") 

Newkirk, J. : Claim. To Finance 1238 

Newland av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. to 
N. Harlem av." under the heading "Addison St.") 
Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 52nd st. Or- 
dinance, Passed 765 

Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 56th st. 

Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Belmont av. to Roscoe st. 

Ordinance, Passed 944 

Water supply pipe, from W. 56th st. to 120 ft. south- 
ward. Orders, Passed 589-90, 850-3 

Newlander, Ethel : Completion of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1962 

Filed 2072 

Newman, Julius: Official bond. (See under the heading 

"Bonds and bond issues".) 
Newman, W. : Maintenance of building. Order to Bldgs. -IQTQ 

Passed 1847-8 

Newman, W. J. : 

DMveways. Order, Passed 939 

, Payment for the removal of debris in connection with 

the improvement of Randolph st. Order, Passed ■ .ll'do 

Newport av. : 

Drains, between N. Cicero av. and N. Lavergne av. 

Ordinance, Passed 944 

Sidewalks, from N. Cicero av. to N. Lavergne av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 776 

Newport Boiler Co. : Sale of boilers to the City. Order, 

Passed 1966 

Newport Decorating Co. : Sign. Order. Passed 321 

Newron, John: Claim. (See under the heading "Nelligan, 
Charles L.") 



Newspapers and magazines : 

Official newspaper of the City for 1024. Come, from 

the Compt. (noting bids), Puh 1504 

Order (awarding contract to The Chicago Even- 
ing Post), Passed 1504 

Publication of ordinances. (See the notations under the 
respective ordinances.) 
Newton*& Hoit Co. : Sale of furniture, etc., to the City. 

Orders, Passed 1306, 2450 

Newton, N. : Claim. To Finance 1678 

Nezelskis, J. S. : Vacation of an alley in Assessor's Div. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Niagara av. : 

Paving, from Avondaie av. to Northcott av. (See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Northcott av. and 
Avondaie av. (See the notations under "Paving, from 
N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under the head- 
ing "Myrtle av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Newark av. to 432 ft. south- 
westerly. Order, Passed 248-50 

Nichols. Charles F. W. : Appointments. (See under the 

heading "Appointments".) 
Nickerson av. : Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Avon- 

dale av. (See the notations under "I'aving, from N. 
Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under the heading 
"Myrtle av.") 
Nieberger Chevrolet Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed.... 904 

Nielsen, Amelia : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Recommitted to Finance 915 

Order, Deferred and Puh 2469 

Nielsen, Christian : Driveway. Order, Passed 309 

Nielson Mfg. Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed 938 

Nieman, C. V.: Canopy. Order, Passed 1686 

Niemann Table Co. : Switch track. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks".) 

Nigro, Louis : Claim. Order, Passed » 595 

Niles Center Bus Lines : Operation of buses via Lincoln av. 
and eastward on Kenllworth av. to Ridge boul., thence 
eastward to C. & N. W. R. R. depot and the Morse av. 
station of the Northwestern Elevated R. R. Order, 

to Local Trans 2516 

Niles Center. Village of : Water supply from mains of the 

City of Chicago. Order, Passed 1529 

Nilson, Arnold : Driveway. Order, Passed 157 

Nilson Brothers : 

Claim. Order, Passed 1141 

Claim. To Finance 2492 

Nilson (G. Albin) Co.: Claim. To Finance 1853 

Nimtz, Carl and Paulina : Vacation of alleys in Humboldt 

Park Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Nina av. : Paving, from W. Circle av. to N. Harlem av. 

(See "Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Nineteenth pi. : Building at No. 727 W. : permission for 

maintenance. Order, to Bldgs 2077 

Nineteenth st. : 

Clock (ornamental), at s. w. cor. of Blue Island av. 

(See under the heading "Ivaspar State Bank".) 
Conveyor box over and across the street, west of S. 
Rockwell St. (See under the heading "Fleischmann 
Co.") 
Loading platform, west of S. Western av. (See under 

the heading "Silverman, Joseph".) 
Water meter at No. 1500 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 396 

Water meter at No. 2100 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 305 

Ninetieth st. : 

Paving, from Commercial av. to The Strand. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2014 

Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to S. Ashland av. (See 
"Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." 
under the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Ninety-eighth st. : Water supply pipe, from Throop st. to 

Vincennes av. Order, Passed 2062 

Ninety-fifth st. : 

Athletic field at S. State st. (See under "Athletic fields, 
municipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds 
and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 



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Ninety-fifth st. : 

Bridge across the Calumet River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Sewer, from Charles st. to Longwood drive. (See "Sew- 
ers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Sewers, from S. Robey st. to S. Western av., etc. (As- 
tern). Ordinance, Passed 470-1 

Water supply pipe, from S. Western av. to S. Leavitt st., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 920 

Ninety-fifth st. incinerator. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Ninety-first st. : 

Building at s. w. cor. of Houston av. : permission for 

alterations. Order, to Bldgs 1119 

Passed 1279 

Drains, between S. Leavitt st. and S. Western av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 804 

Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to Prospect square. (See "Sew- 
ers, from W. 47th st. to W. e9th st., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Sidewalk, from S. Hoyne av. to S. Hamilton av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2175-6 

Sidewalk, from St. Lawrence av. to South Park av. 

(s. side) . Ordinance, Passed 1028 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water service pipes, between S. Leavitt st. and S. West- 
ern av. Ordinance, Passed 804 

Water supply pipe, from S. Halsted st. to Emerald av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from S. State st. to Lafayette av. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Ninety-fourth st. : 

Sewer, from Beverly av. to Charles st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Sidewalk, from Kimbark av. to Greenwood av. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1028 

Ninety-ninth st. : 

Paving and improving, from South Park av. to S. Michi- 
gan av. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 99th 
St. to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading "Calu- 
met av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Calumet av., 
Forest av., Prairie av., Indiana av. and Roseland 
av. (See the notations under "Paving and improv- 
ing, from E. 99th st. to E. 103rd st., etc." under the 
heading "Calumet av.") 
Sewers, from S. Irving av. to S. Claremont av., etc. 

Ordinance, Passed 304 

Water meter at No. 1112 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance . 470 

Ninety-second pi. : Sewer, from S. Leavitt st. to 300 ft. 

east of S. Western av. (See "Sewers, from W. 47th st. 
to W. 69th St., etc." under the heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Ninety-second st. : 

Bridge across the Calumet River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Enginett-ing, Bu- 
reau of.") 
Sewer, from S. Paulina st. to Beverly av. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Ninety-seventh st. : 

Sewer, from S. Western av. to S. Claremont av., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 304 

Sidewalks, from Eggleston av. to Normal av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 544 

Water supply pipe, from S. Leavitt st. to S. Hoyne av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Winston av. to Loomis st. 

Order, Passed 1676 

Water supply pipe, from 88 ft. west of Throop st. to 

Loomis st. Order, Passed .1177-8 

Ninety-sixth st. : Vacation of the street. (See under the 

heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Ninety-third st. : 

Sewer, from Beverly av. to S. Leavitt st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen St.") 



Ninety-third st. : 

Sidewalk, from Brandon a v. to Baltimore a v. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2075 

Sidewalk, from Kimbark av. to 150 ft. east (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 387 

Sidewalk, from Merrill av. to Clyde av. (s. side), etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 908 

Switch track along and across the street, east of Balti- 
more av. (See under "Queen Ann Candy Co." under 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 

Nissen, Harry C. : Driveways. Order, Passed 956 

Nissen, J. C. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1384 

Passed 1701-2 

Noble (F. H.) & Co.: Bridge (covered passageway) and 

pipe-tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind 207 

Passed 574-5 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Noble St. : 

Repair of pavement, from W. Division st. to W. North 

av. Order, to Finance 1043 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Noel State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under the 

heading "Banks and banking".) 

Noelle (J. B.) Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1481 

Nokomis av. : Sewers, from N. Devon av. to Leoti av., from 

Caldwell av. to 48 ft. southwesterly of Leoti av., and 
from Hiawatha av. to 65 ft. southwesterly thereof. (See 
"Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., etc." under 
the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 

Nolan, John : Claim. Order, Passed 1140 

Nolan. Matthew E. : Claim. To Finance 2492 

Noll, Mr. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, Passed.1401 

Nollau & Wolff Mfg. Co., The : Lease of space in Chester 

St. .Application, to Local Ind ; 1978 

Non-Partisan Property Owners' Improvement Assn. of the 
23rd Ward : 

Protest against the proposed "universal" installation 

of water meters. Come, Filed 1173 

To Finance 1296 

Second Come, to Finance 1296 

Report concerning the use of Kentucky rock asphalt 

for paving purposes. Come, to B. L. I. . . . 307 
Request for certain changes in the proposed "zoning 
ordinance". Petition (referred Feb. 21, 1923, 

p. 1888), Filed 289 

Nora av. : Drains, between Addison st. and Irving Park 

boul. Ordinance, Passed 2136 

Norbey, Alice A. : Maintenance of bungalow. Order, to 

Sldgs 1121 

Passed 2049 

Nordeen, Alfred. Claim. Ordinance, Passe(f 1726 

Nordica av. : 

Drains, between Addison st. and Irving Park boul. Or- 
dinance, Passed , 2136 

Paving and improving, from Addison st. to Irving Park 

boul., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2513 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. to 
N. Harlem av." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Water service pipes, between Addison st. and Irving Park 

boul. Ordinance, Passed 2087 

Water supply pipe, from Belden av. to 48 ft. southward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Norling, Frank L. : Driveways. Order, Passed 2497 

Normal av. : 

Paving, from W. 97th st. to W. 99th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 1955 

Sewer, From W. Marquette road to W. '69th st. (See 

"Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under 
the heading "Aberdeen St.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca-. 
tlons of streets".) 
Normal boul. : Filling station, at n. e. cor. of W. 69th st. 

(See under the heading "Standard Oil Co.") 
Normandy av. : 

Sewer, from Raven st. to 40 ft. south of Nleman av. 

Ordinance, Passed 1128 

Water supply pipe, from Cornelia av. to Roscoe st. 

Order, Passed 248-5,0 

Water supply pipe, from Imlay st. to 136 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 



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123 



Normandy av. : 

Water supply pipe, from Raven st. to Meman av. 

Ordinance, Passed ^^^ 

Normoyle, Harry J.: Sun parlor. Order, to BUlys 629 

Passed " '*'' 

Norris, Hugh: Resignation as Oil Inspector. Mated 110 

Norrls, Joseph R. : Claim. Filed ^'^1-- 

To Finance 1481 

Norris Ward Coal Co.: Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Norris, William : Sign. Order, Paused *^- 

North Austin M. E. Church : Temporary use of streets for 

building purposes. Order, Passed 1045 

North Austin Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City 
funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
North av. : 

Building at Nos. 4338-40 : permission for maintonance 

and occupancy. Order, to Bldgs 63.J 

Passed ^**^ 

Drains, between N. Austin av., and N. Narragansett av. 

(suppl. spec, assess.). Ordinance, Passca 1396 

Filling station at Nos. 3V01-03 W. (See under the head- 
ing "Breitowich, Jacob".) 
"Parking" (diagonal) of vehicles permitted between N. 
Western av. and N. California av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, to Local Trans 2i:i'6 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from N. Clark st. to N. 

LaSalle st. (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 4057 

W. Ordinance, Passed 2080-1 

Report of newspaper publication. See 21.30 

Sidewalk, from N. Artesian av. to N. Campbell av. (s. 

side.) Ordinance, Passed 2134 

Sidewalk, from N. Ashland av. to N. Robey st. (n. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2082 

Sidewalk, from Holt st. to N. Ashland a v. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2180 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the hea<ling 

"Subways, railroad".) 
Traffic signal, at N. Kedzie av. : direction for installation. 

Order, to Finance 1044 

North Avenue Auto Repair Shop : Sign. Order, Passed. 2505-0 

North Avenue State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

t under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

North Branch River Shipyard : Repair of the fireboat 

"Illinois". Order, Passed 1063 

North Branch st. : 

Box chutes over the street south of Blackhawk st. (See 

under the heading "Kurz Bros. Co.") 
Paving, from W. Division st. to Cherry av. Ordinance 

(for repeal of an ordinance passed Feb. 21, 1923), 

Passed '^-^ 

Pipe under and across the street, northwesterly of N. 
Halsted st. (See under the heading "Tanners Prod- 
ucts Co.") 
North Central Improvement Assn. : 

Cinder roadway. Order, to Local Ind 1399 

Passed ^148 

Water from fire hydrants. Order, Passed 2136 

North Clark Street Business Men's Assn. : 

Signs. Order, Passed 1056 

Water from fire hydrants. Order, Passed 642 

North Shore av. : Stairway and jetty at Lake Michigan : 

recommendation for construction so as to make the wa- 
ters of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report 
of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
North Shore Congregational Church : Sign. Order, 

Passed 1-^01 

North Shore Dairy Co. : Maintenance of shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 1400 

Piled 1520 

North Shore Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

North Water st. : 

Bridge (ornamental) across the street, at N. Michigan 
av. (See under the heading "Wrigley, Jr. (Wm.) 
Co.") 
Pipes under and across the street, at Rush st. (See 
under the heading "Monarch Refrigerating Co.") 



North Water st. : 

Switch track in and along the street, near Lake Michigan. 
(See under "Chicago Coated Board Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Switch track in and along the street, near Rush st. (See 
under "Pittsburgh Coal Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 
Water pipe under and across the street at Nos. 430-8 
E. (See under the heading "Gair (Robert) Co.") 
North-West Side Commercial Assn. : In the matter of en- 
forcing compliance with the terms of track elevation ordi- 
nances. Come, to Track Elev 1888 

North Western Packing Co. : Canopies. Orders, Passed 

123.J, 2081 

North-Western Trust and Savings Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 15''" 

Filed 1286-7 

Second Order, to Bldgs 2180 

Northcott av. : Paving, from Nickerson av. to N. Neva av. 
(See "I'aving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Northern Baptist Theological Seminary : 

Building : free permits for construction. Orders, 

Passed 1^3, 215 

Space in the street : free permit for use. Order, 

Passed 1^3 

Northern Trust Co., The : Vacation of parts of alleys in 

The Wm. Deering Surrenden Sub. (See under the head- 
ing, "Vacations of alleys".) 
Northrup, John L. : Lease of space on the Municipal Pier. 

Ordinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed April 5, 

1923), Passed 444 5 

Northwest Highway : 

Name for Norwood Park av. (See under the heading 

"Street nomenclature".) 
"Through traffic street '. Ordinance, to Local Trans. 947 

To Efficiency 1"^^ 

Traffic light at Raven St.: removal. Order, Passed ..2184 

Northwestern Elevated Railroad Co. (See under the heading 

"Elevated railroads".) 
Northwestern University: Canopy. Order, Passed ....1114 

Nortman, Fred J.: Canopy (permission to Fred J. Nort- 

man and Charles Fecher) . Order, Passed 292 

Norton. Walter J.: Pipe. Ordinance, Passed 1317-18 

Acceptance and bond. See 1558 

Norwalk Press, The: Sign. Order, Passed 2496 

Norwood Park av. : 

Name (new) for the street. (See under the heading 

"Street nomenclature".) 
Sidewalk, from Gettysburg st. to N. Menard av. (s. w. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 1050 

Sidewalk, from Milwaukee av. to Gettysburg st. (n. e. 

side). Ordinance, Passed 640 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
Norwood Park Citizens' Assn. : Endorsement of request 

for Increases in salary rates of clerks employed by the 

City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Norwood Park, Township of : Annexation of a portion of 
the township to the City of Chicago. (See under the 
heading "Annexation and disconnection of territory".) 
Notolli, Felix : 

Driveways. Order, to IjOcal Ind 1234 

Passed 1-^0 

Filling station. Order, to O. 0. & E. L 1234 

Filed 1*^65 

Nottingham av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. 
to N. Harlem av." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Water supply pipe, from Archer av. to W. 56th st. Or- 
der, Passed 850-3 

Novak (Chas.) & Son: Claim. To Finance 1671 

Novison, Morris: Addition to building. Order, Passed. .1124 

Nowak, Lorenz : Claim. To Finance 2013 

Nowicki, Louis : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs ^W5 

Filed ^1^'^ 

Nuiti, John: Maintenance of shed. Order, to BJdgrs.. . .1393 

Passed i'''02 

Nursery, Municipal. (See the heading "Municipal Nursery, 
Berv/yn, 111.") ■ 



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1923-24 



Nursery st. : Vacation cw£ the street. (See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of street".) 

Nye, George B. : Resignation as Chief Inspector of Steam 

Boilers and Steam Plants. Noted 109 

Nyman, William G. : Driveway. Order, Passeti 1231 

o. 

Oak Forest Infirmary. (See under the heading "Cook Coun- 
ty".) 
Oak Park av. : 

Sewer, from Palatine av. to 40 ft. southerly of Nieman 

av. Ordinance, Passed 1399 

Sidewalk, from Diversey av. to Fullerton av. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 250i) 

Water supply pipe, from 5 ft. south of Archer av. to W. 

59th St. Ordinance, Passed 913 

Oak Park, Village of : Contract for additional emergency 

connections for water supply from mains of the City of 

Chicago. Order, Passed loii9 

Oakdale av. : 

Repair of roadway, from N. Karlov av. to Kearsarge av. 

Order, to Finance 2182 

Sidewalks, from Broadway to N. Clark st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 406 

Water supply pipe, from N. Long av. to N. Lockwood av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Oakes, Edw. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 983 

Oakhaven Old Peoples' Home : Maintenance of huilding. 

Order, to Bldgs 2077 

Oakley av. : 

Closing of the street to trafiic, from Blue Island av. to 

W. 24th St. Order, Passed 394 

Paving and improving, from 303 ft. north of Devon av. 
to 132 ft. north of Arthur av. (See "Paving and 

improving, from N. Robey st. to N. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "Arthur av.") 
Sewer from 13 ft. south of e.-and-w. alley first south of 
Arthur av. to 90 ft. south of Arthur av., also sewer 
connecting with the sewer in Arthur av. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from N. 
Robey st. to N. Western av., etc." under the head- 
ing "Arthur av.") 
Sidewalk, from W. 108th pi. to W. 109th st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 767-8 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from 5 ft. south of W. 101st. st. to 

W. 103rd St. Ordinance, Passed 920 

Oakley Bottling Works : Claim. Order, Deferred and 

Pub 2465 

Oakley boul. : 

Canopy at Nos. 118-26 S. (See under the heading "Gren- 

nan Cake Corporation".) 
Filling station at s. w. cor. of Fulton st. Order 
(amending an order passed, March 21, 1923), 

Passed , 1696-7 

Order (referred March 7, 1923, p. 1991), 

Passed 1991 

Oberheide, Dora: Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1299 

Deferred and Puh 2474 

Second Order, Passed 1395 

Obinger, Anna: Alterations in building. Order, Passeci. 1961 

O'Brien, Dennis J.: Claims. Orders, Passed. .1133-4, 1444-5 

O'Brien, J. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

O'Brien, James F. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

O'Brien, Martin J. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
O'Brien, P. J. : Payment for the removal of debris in con- 
nection with the improvement of Ogden av. Order, 

Passed 1135 

O'Brien (Peter J.) & Co.: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Recommitted to Finance 1860 

O'Brien, Thomas: Claim. Order, Passed 1140-1 

O'Brien, Walter: Claims. Orders, Passeii .. 556-7, 1444-5, 2455 

O'Brien, William F. : Claim. To Finance 1671 

O'Byrne, S. C. : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 935 

O'Connell, Mr. : Claim. To Finance 1235 

O'Connell, .John: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2502 

O'Connor & Kelly: Real estate office. Order, Passed.... 625 
Oconto av. : Paving, from Peterson av. to Hood av. (See 

"Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Myrtle av.") 



Octavia av. : Sewers, from Ibsen st. to Greenleaf av., etc. 

(system) . Ordinance, Passed 950 

Octigan Drop Forge Co. : Lease of space in W. '2Sth St. 

See 1206 

Odium, W. H. : Driveways (permission to W. H. Odium and 

N. F. McNaught). Order, Passed ...1397 

O'Donnell, Jennie : Claim. To Finance 2498 

O'Donnell, Joseph : Driveways. Order, Passed 550 

O'Donnell, William: Driveways. Order, Passed 4040 

O'Donohue, Mr. : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to 

Bldgs 1234 

Passed 1373 

Oelerich & Berry Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1239 

Offenlock, John: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1926 

Officers (general) : 

(8ee also the heading "City employes".) 

Automobile emblems. (See "Emblems" under the head- 
ing "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 

Bonds, oflicial. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Suits against City officials. (For general data, if any, 
see under "Suits" under tbe heading "Law, Depart- 
ment of". For suits against particular officials, see 
under the names of such officials.) 
Officers Reserve Corps. (For data, if any, see under the 

heading "U. S. Government".) 

Offices (g'eneral) : 

Closing of City offices on special days : 

Feb. 6, 1924 (funeral of ex-President Woodrow Wil- 
son). Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Filed.llSi-o 
Feb. 12, 1924 (Lincoln's Birthday). Proclamation 

(Mayor) , Pub. and Filed 1784 

Feb. 22, 1924 (Washington's birthday). Order, 

Passed 1853 

Proclamation (Mayor), Pub. and Failed. .. .ISm 
March 17, 1924 (St. Patrick's day). Order, Passed.20To 

Nov. 6, 1923 (Election day). Order, Passed 1038 

Heating of offices : required temperatures specified ; 
method of determining temperature outlined ; penalty 

for violations fixed. Ordinance, to Health 1241 

Passed 1419-20 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Official bonds. (See the heading "Bonds and bond issues".) 
Ogden av. : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges , 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Closing of the street to traffic, for a distance of 300 yds. 
northeast of Larrabee st. and W. North av. Or- 
der, Passed 319 

Extension of the street from Union Park to Lincoln Park : 
Appropriations for engineering and other S9i>vices. 

See ' . 2318-21 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2395 

Certain Items, Amended 2537-8 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
C. & N. W. Ry. : appropriations for the construction, 
reconstruction and maintenance of railroad 
bridges in connection with the extension of 

Ogden av. See 2321 

Electrical equipment for connection of lighting sys- 
tem with a source of supply : appropriation for 

the purpose. See 2321 

Experts, special counsel, etc. : authority for employ- 
ment, payment of bills, etc. (See the various no- 
tations under "Employes" under the heading 
"Local Improvements, Board of".) 
Northwestern Elevated R. R. : appropriation for re- 
imbursement for re-arrangement of columns near, 

Larrabee st. and North av. See 2321 

Paving from Rees st. to W. Division st. : payment for 
the work (White Paving Co.). Orders, 

Passed 1528-9, 1869 

Appropriation for payment. See 2321 

Payment for paving : direction for withholding of 
final payment pending an inspection of the work 
and its acceptance. Order (rescinding an 

order passed April 5, 1923), Passed 778 

Removal of debris : payment for the work (P. J. 

O'Brien and Jas. R. Buckley). Order, Passed.llSo 



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INDEX 



125 



Ogden nv. : 

Extension of the street from Union Park to Lincoln Park : 
"Safety islands", between W. Division st. and Cen- 
ter St.: installation. Orders, to Finance.. .iOii, ^i-il 

Order, Passed 2140-1 

Appropriations for installation 2321 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from S. Crawford av. 

to W. 22nd St (n. side). Ordinance, Passed 1774 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1887 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Tanks (gasoline) at Nos. 1858-62. (See under the head- 
ing "Sinclair Refining Co.") 
Water meter at No. 2701: removal. Order, to Finaiicc.oio 

Water supply pipe, at the intersection of W. Randolph st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Alaska st.. to 105 ft. south 

(w. side) . Order, Passed 15(32 

Water supply pipe, from Warren av. to W. Randolph st. 

Order, Passed 1176-7 

Ogden Avenue Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, 

if any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 

heading "Finance".) 

Ogden Greasing Station, The : Driveway. Order, Passed. 025 

Ogden National Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Ogden Omnibus Line : .Application for authority to operate 

a bus line between certain points in Chicago and the 

village of I'ark Ridge. Come, and Petition (referred 

Nov. 29, 1922, p. 1394), Filed 611-12 

Ogden Tire & Equipment Co.: Sign (roof). Order, 

Passed 2018 

Oglesby av. : 

Garage at No. 7017 : permission for maintenance. Or- 
der, to Bldgs 2013 

Filed 2168 

Water supply pipe, from E. 83rd st. to 12 ft. northward. 

Order, Passed 1248-50 

O'Grady, Edward: Driveway. Order, Passed 1300-1 

O'Hara, Thomas : Claim. Order, Passed 418 

Ohio St. : 

Sidewalks, from N. Franklin st. to Orleans st. (s. side), 

etc. (system) . Ordinance, Passed 1051 

Widening of the street, from N. Michigan av. to Franklin 
boul. : direction for submission of an ordinance pro- 
viding for the improvement. Order, Passed 777-8 

Ohmig & Co. : Shed. Order, to Bldys 1861 

Oil & Chemical Corp. : Vacation of Walton st. and an ad- 
jacent alley. (See the notations under "Walton st." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Oil Inspection, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2261 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2381 

Certain Items, Amended 2531 

Oil Inspector : compensation for maintenance of person- 
ally-owned automobile. Order, Passed 792 

Oils. (For data, if any, see the heading "Inflammable 

liquids".) 
Oketo av. : Sidewalk line established between Pratt av and 

N. Sawyer av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 404-5 

Filed 527 

Okken, N. : Claim. To Finance 1687 

Oldefest & Williams : Maintenance of garage. Order, 

Passed 1952 

O'Leary, A. J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 758 

O'Leary (Arthur J.) & Son Co. : Sale of rods and nuts 

to the City. Order, Passed 1745 

OlifE, Jacob : Claim. Order, Passed 516 

Olken, Joseph L. : Claim. Order, Passed 417-18 

Olkenitz, Nathan : Sign. Order, Passed 902 

Olsen, Arvid E. : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1044 

Passed 1279-80 

Olsen Motor Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 934 

Olsen, Oscar B. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Olson, Arthur ': Claim. To Finance 1744 

Olson (C. O.) Cartage Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed.. 952 

Olson, Celia A. : Vacation of alleys in Board of Trade Sub. 

(See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Olson, Martha and Andrew : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 

1445-6 

Olson, Mueller & Donnelly: Sign. Order (referred Dec. 

20, 1922, p. 1549), Filed 1286-7 



Olson, Nancy: Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1445-6 

Olson, Sam : Canopy. Order, Passed 2oli 

Olson, Walter E. : Claim. Filed <J10 

Olszewski, Henry: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Olympiad (1928) : Endorsement of efforts to hold the 1928 

Olympiad in Chicago. Resolution, Adopted 1386 

O'Malley-Beare Valve Co. : Maintenance of shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 1026 

Passed 1373 

O'Malley, Michael: Claims. Orders, Pa.s.se(J. . .1133-4, 1444-5 

O'Meara. A. E. : Claim. To Finance 1058 

Onarga av. : Sidewalk, from Ogallah av. to Oliphant av. 

(n. e. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2185 

One hundred eighteenth St.: A'aeation of the street. (See 

under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
One hundred eighth pi. : Sidewalks, from Throop st. to 

Loomis st. (both sides). Ordinance, Possed 630 

One hundred eighth st. : 

Sewers, from .-Vvenue O to 212 ft. west of the Illinois- 
Indiana state line. Ordinances, Passed 203, 1854 

Sidewalks, from Throop st. to Loomis st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 208 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
One hundred eleventh st. : 

Drains, between S. Western av. and S. California av. 

Ordinance, Passed 2077 

Paving and improving, from S, Michigan av. to 568 ft. 

west of Princeton av. Ordinance, Passed 1952-3 

Paving and improving, from S. Western av. to S. Cali- 
fornia av. Ordinance, Passed 2017 

Sewer, from S. Bishop st. to Hamlet av. Ordinance, 

Passed 1678 

Sidewalk, from Avenue L to Green Bay av. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1028 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Traffic light ("mushroom"), at the intersection of IvOng- 

wood drive: installation. Order, to Finance 1856 

Traffic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Water supnly pipe, from Vincennes av. to 20 ft. eastward 

(s. side). Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Vincennes av. to 42 ft. eastward 

(n. side). Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Wallace st. to 72 ft. west ol 

Lowe av. Order, Passed 2063 

One hundred fifteenth st. : 

Paving and improving, from S. Michigan av. to S. Halsted 
St., etc. (system) (including sewer connection in Em- 
erald av.). Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pm&. and 

to Local Ind 2439-45 

(Journal corrected April 25, 1924, pp. 2543-4.) 
Pipes between the curb line and lot line in front of No. 

39 E. (See under the heading "Towner, R. A.") 
Sidewalk, from Eggleston av. to Normal av. (n. sKtey. 

Ordinance. Passed ^^02 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 
One hundred fifth st. : 

Sewer, from Avenue O to Indianapolis av., etc. (system). 
Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Pm6. and to Local Ind. 

2434-39 

(Journal corrected April 25, 1924, pp. 254.3-4.) 
Svritch track along and across the street, east of Manistee 
av. (See under "Wasbburn-Crosby Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Switch track along and across the street, west of Mus- 
kegon av. (See under "Washburn-CrosbV Co." under 
the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water supply pipe, from S. Western av. to S. Maplewood 

av. Order, Passed 2063 

One hundred first pi. : Paving and improving, from I. C. 

R. R. to St. Lawrence av. (See "Paving and improving, 
from E. 100th st. to E. 103rd st, etc." under the heading 
"St. Lawrence av.") 

One hundred first st. : 

Opening of the street, from S. Michigan av. to Indiana 

av. Order, to B. L. I IIIV 

Paving and improving, from South Park av. to the I. C. 
R. R. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 100th st. 
to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading "St. Law- 
rence av.") 



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One hundred first st :. 

Paving and improving, from South Park av. to Indiana 
av. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 99th st. to 
E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading "Calumet av.") 

Sidewalks, from Aberdeen st. to S. Racine av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 544 

Sidewalks, from S. Robey st. to S. Leavitt st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 920 

"Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 

Water pipe, between S. State st. and Lafayette av. : appro- 
priation for payment of claim of J. J. Callahan. 
See 2336 

Water supply pipe, from S. Western av. to S. Leavitt st., 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 920-1 

Widening of the street, between S. Michigan av. and Indi- 
ana av. Ordinance, Passed 1672 

One hundred fourteenth st. : Sidewalks, from Wallace st. to 

Union av. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 2172 

One hundred fourth St. : 

Building at No. 1635 W. : permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 1675 

Paving, from Vincennps av. to Prospect av. Ordinance, 

Passed 2500 

One hundred nineteenth st. : 

Opening and extending, from and across the I. C. R. R. 
to and across the Pullman R. R. Ordinance, 
Passed 195a 

Opening of the street, from Calumet av. to Lake Calumet. 
Order (directing the institution of condemnation pro- 
ceedings), to B. L. 1 1292 

Order (directing the withholding of permits for 
buildings on property required for the opening) , 
Passed 1735-6 

Sidewalks, from Lowe av. to S. Halsted st. (both sides), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2494 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

One hundred ninth st. : 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from Vincennes av. to 24 ft. westward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

One hundred second pi. : Paving and improving, from the 
I. C. R. R. to St. Lawrence av. (See "Paving and improv- 
ing, E. 100th St. to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading 
"St. Lawrence av.") 
One hundred second st. : 

Paving and improving, from the I. C. R. R. to South Park 
av. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 100th st. 
to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading "St. Lawrence 
av.") 
Paving and improving, from South Park av. to Indiana 
av. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 99th st. 
to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading "Calumet 
av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Calumet av., Prairie 
av. and Indiana av. (See the notations under "Pav- 
ing and improving, from E. 99th st. to E. 103rd st., 
etc." under the heading "Calumet av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Vernon av., Eber- 
hart av., Rhodes av. and St. Lawrence av. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from E. 
100th St. to E. 103rd st., etc. "under the heading "St. 
Lawrence av.") 
Sewers, from Avenue N to Indianapolis av., etc. (system). 

Ordinance, Passed 2495 

One hundred seventeenth pi. : 

Paving, from' Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 115th st. to W. 118th St., etc." under the 
heading "Union av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in S. Halsted St., 
Lowe av. and Wallace st. (See the notations under 
"Paving, from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st., etc." 
undet the heading "Union av.") 
One hundred seventeenth st. : 

Paving, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 115th St. to W. 118th St., etc." under the 
heading "Union av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Lowe av. and Wal- 
lace st. (See the notations under "Paving, from W. 
115th St. to W. H8th St., etc." under the heading 
"Union av.") 



One hundred seventh pi. : Sidewalks, from Throop st. to 

Loomis st. (both sides). Ordinance, Passed 208 

One hundred seventh st. : Sidewalk, from S. Western av. to 

S. Rockwell St. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, 

Passed 2176 

One hundred sixteenth pi. : 

Paving, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st., etc." under the 
heading "Union av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers at alley first east of 
S. Halsted st. and at alley first west of Lowe av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W. 115th 
St. to W. 118th St., etc." under the heading "Union 
av.") 
One hundred sixteenth st. : 

Paving, from Wallace st. to S. Halsted st. (See "Paving, 
from W. 115th st. to W. 118th st., etc." under the 
heading "Union av.") 

Sewers, connecting with the sewers at alley first east of 
S. Halsted st. and at alley first west of Lowe av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from W. 115th 
St. to W. 118th St.. etc." under the heading "Union 
av.") 

Water supply pipe, from S. Union av. to S. Halsted st. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

One hundred sixth st. : 

Sidewalk, from the Indiana State Line to Avenue F (s. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 623 

Sidewalks, from Drew st. to S. Wood st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 544 

Sidewalks, from S. Seeley av. to S. Hoyne av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 2176 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Water supply pipe, from Avenue F to Avenue E. Or- 
ders, Passed 907, 1672 

Water supply pipe, from Avenue O to 60 ft. eastward. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

One hundred tenth st. : Sidewalk, from S. Michigan av, to 

200 feet west (s. side). Ordinance, Passed 386 

One hundred third st. : 

Opening and widening of the street, from Torrence av. to 
Cottage Grove av. Ordinance (for repeal of an or- 
dinance passed Nov. 1, 1915), Passed 1879 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

Water supply pipe, from Bensley av. to Luella av. Or- 
der, Passed 2172 

Widening of the street, from Oglesby av. to Torrence 

av. Order, to B. L. 1 1879 

One hundred thirteenth st. : Resurfacing of the street, from 

S. Michigan av. to the I. C. R. R. Order, to Finance . .'Zi'Ai 

One hundred thirtieth st. : 

Bridge across the Calumet River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 

Opening and widening of the street, between Indiana av. 

and Torrence av. Ordinance, Passed 622 

Sidewalk, from Brandon av. to Baltimore av. (s. side), 

etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 1028 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 
railways".) 

One hundred thirty-first st. : 

Sidewalks, from Buffalo av. to Burley av. (s. side), etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 2494-3 

Switch track across the street, at the intersection of Buf- 
falo av. (See under "Indiana Harbor Belt Ry. Co." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
One hundred thirty-fourth st. : 

Bridge across the Calumet River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bu- 
reau of".) 
Opening, widening and extending of the street, between 
Brainard av. and the west line of Sec. 36-37-14. 

Ordinance, Passed 623 

One hundred thirty-third st. : Sidewalks, from 123.39 ft. 
east of Mackinaw av. to Buffalo av. (both sides). Or- 
dinance, Passed 2495 

One hundred twelfth pi. : 

Water meter at No. 2328 W. : removal. Order (referred 

March 14, 1923, p. 2045), Filed 610-11 

Water supply pipe, from S. Aberdeen st. to S. May st. 

Order, Passed 850-3 



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One hundred twelfth pi. : 

Water supply pipe, from S. Racine av. to Elizabeth st. 

Order, Passed SoO-a 

One hundred twelfth st. : Sewer, from Avenue O to 212 ft. 

west of the Illinois-Indiaiui state line. Ordinance, 

Passed 1854 

One hundred twentieth st. : 

Sidewalks, from Indiana av. to S. Michigan av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed ■ilJ6 

Water supply pipe, from S. Ashland av. to Justine st. 

Order, to li. L. 1 2077 

One hundred twenty-tirst pi. : Sewer, from S. State st. to 

alloy west of S. Miclilgan av. Ordinance, Passed 205-0 

One hundred twenty-tirst st. : 

Frame office building between S. State st. and S. Michi- 
gan av. (s. side) : direction for removal. Order, 

Passed 205 

Switch track in, along and across the street, westerly 
of S. Michigan a v. (See under "Gouwens, John J." 
under the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading •Vaca- 
tions of sti'eets".) 
One hundred twenty-fourth st. : Opening and widening, 

between Wentworth av. and Stewart av. Ordinance. 

Passed Hl'J 

One hundred twenty-second st. : 

Sewer, from S.' State st. to alley west of S. Michigan av. 

Ordinance, Passed -9'' 

Water supply pipe, from S. Ashland av. to S. Bishop st. 

Order, to B. X,. / 2077 

One hundredth pi. : Paving and improving, from the I. C. 
R. R. to St. Lawrence av. (See "Paving and improving, 
from E. 100th st. to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading 
"St. Lawrence av.") 
One hundredth st. : 

Bridge across the Calumet River. (See under "Bridges 
and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering. Bu- 
reau of".) 
Paving and improving, from South Park av. to Indiana 
av. (See "Paving and improving, from E. 90th st. 
to E. 103rd St., etc." under the heading "Calumet 
ay.") 
Paving and improving, from 651 ft. east of St. Lawrence 
av. to South Park av. (See "Paving and Improving, 
from E. 100th st. to E. 103rd St., etc." under the 
heading "St. Lawrence av.") 
Sewers, connecting with the sewers in Calumet av. and 
Prairie av. ( See the notations underr "Paving and 
improving, from E. 99th st. to E. 103rd St., etc." 
under the heading "Calumet av.") 
Sewers^ connecting with the sewers in Vernon av., Rhodes 
av. and St. Lawrence av. (See the notations under 
"Paving and improving, from E. 100th st. to E. 103rd 
St., etc." under the heading "St. Lawrence av.") 
Sewers, from S. Western av. to S. Claremont av., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 304 

Sidewalks, from Aberdeen st. to S. Racine av. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 630 

Sidewalks, from Longwood drive to S. Robey st. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2176 

Oosterbeek (A. J.) Motor Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed.lSSQ 

Opal Sign Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 546 

Opera, The Chicago Civic. (See the heading "Chicago Civic 

Opera, The".) 
Operators of motor vehicles. (For data, if any, see the items 

listed under the heading "Vehicles (motor-driven)".) 
Opinions of the Corporation Counsel. (See under the heading 

"Law, Dept. of".) 
Opperman, Mr. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2180 

Orange Crush Bottling Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed.. 62.'> 

Orangemen's Corporation of Chicago : Construction of 

building. Order, Passed 495 

Oras, Andrew: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. ..1121 

Passed 1219 

Orb, John A. : Driveways. Order, Passed 897 

Ordas, August F. : Driveway. Order, Passed 402 

Ordinances: 

Acceptances of ordinances. (See the notations under the 

names of the respective grantees.) 
Bonds of grantees under ordinances. (See the notations 

under the names of the respective grantees.) 



Ordinances : 

"Building ordinances" : issuance of permits for minor vio- 
lations during the vacation period of the City Coun- 
cil. Order, Passed 740 

Chicago Municipal Code of 1922, The : distribution of 
copies by the City Comptroller. Report, Piih. ana 

Filed 677 

City documents and publications : authority for sale and 
distribution of copies by the Municipal Reference Li- 
brarian. Ordinance, Passed 781-2 

Annual Report (concerning sale and distribu- 
tion), Pub. and to Fitiancc 1780-90 

"Fire prevention ordinance" : in the matter of enforce- 
ment of the ordinance. Report (Chief, Bureau of 

F. P. & P. S.). Pub. and to BUh/s 1552-7 

Motion (directing consideration of suliject-mat- 

ter by the Com. on Judiciary), Carried 1557 

Order (expunging from the Journal certain lan- 
guage contained in said report), Passed 1882 

Franchises or privileges : direction for submission of ordi- 
nances for renewals to the City Council. Order, 

Passed 2192 

Publication (newspaper) of ordinances. (See the nota- 
tions under the respective ordinances.) 
Traffic rules and regulations. (See under the heading 
"Traffic regulations".) 
Orgal, William : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. . 026 

Passed 1106 

Orleans St.: Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under 

"Bridges and viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, 
Bureau of".) 

Ortanski, Frank : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Ortenstein, H. M. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1115 

Oschman, L. J. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2191 

O'Shaughnessy, Thomas A.: Appointments. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 

O'Shea, Patrick: Claim. Order, Passed 24.56 

Osman, Anton: Driveway. Order, Passed 1231 

Ostopovieh, Constant: Auto-shed. Order, Passed 431-2 

Ostrander, John H. : Vacation of alleys in Board of Trade 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Ostrom, C. : Maintenance of attic rooms. Order, to 

Bldgs 908 

Passed .' 1012-13 

Otis, Ralph C. : Canopy (permission to Ralph C. Otis and 

Joseph E. Swanson). Ordinance, Passed 953 

O'Toole, William R. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See . . .' 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Ottawa av. : Water supply pipe, from Ibsen st. to 240 ft. 

north. Ordinance, Passed 1865 

Ottone (Officer), North Shore Park District: Return of re- 
volver. Order (referred Dec. 20, 1022, p. 1547), to Po- 
lice 

Filed 377 8 

Oulund, Charles : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2021 

Deferred and Pvb 2483 

Our Lady of Guadalupe Church : Free permits for erection 

of church building. Order, Passed 907 

Our Lady of Lourdes School Building : Water service pipe. 

Order, Passed 408 

Our Lady of Pompeii Cliurch : Street festival. Order, 

Passed 546 

Our Lady of Sorrows Church : Water service pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 1234 

Amended 1394 

Ouska, Mary : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. . . 546 

Passed 746 

"Overtime." (For general data, if any, see under the heading 
"City employes". For "overtime" for particular bureaus 

and departments, see under the subhead "Employes" under 
the names of the particular bureaus and departments 
affected.) 

Owen, R. W. : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Owens, V. T. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, Passed . 1295 
Oxweld Acetylene Co.: Driveways. Orders, Passed.. 143, 291 

P. 

Pabst Brewing Co. : Cancellation of warrants for collec- 
tion. Come. (City Comp.), to Finance 1786 



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Packard Motor Car Co. : Sale of automobiles to the City. 

Order, RecommittecH to Finance 979 

Pub. and Deferred 1084 

Recommitted 1242-3 

Subst. Order, Passed '......".'. . 1262 

Second Order, Recommitted to Finance 980 

Passed 1083 

Padden, Edward J. : Payment of overtime for work in con- 
nection with compilation of an abstract of traffic regula- 
tions. Order, Passed 1441 

Page Steel & Wire Co. : Payment of an unpaid bill against 

the City. Order, Passed 4S7 

Pageant of Progress Exposition : 

Cancellation of lease for space on the Municipal Pier. 

Ordinance, Passed 252-3 

Suit of Samuel Grossman vs. City of Chicago et AI. (bill 
to compel accounting of "Pageant of Progress") : set- 
tlement of the suit. Come. (City Compt), Pui. 

and to Finance 1890-2 

Ordinance, Passed 2140 

Paglia, Frank : Claim (presented as claim of Prank Taglia). 

Order, Passed 595 

Painters and Sculptors of Chicago : One appointment to the 

Comn. for the Encouragement of Local Art to be made 
on recommendation of the association. Ordinance, 

Passed ' ■, qj. 

Palace Garage: Direction for ascertaining if the garage 
is complying with the requirements of ordinances. Or- 
der, Passed 922 

Palace Theatre & Realty Co. : Ventilating shaft or tunnel. 

Ordinance, to Local Ind 143 

Passed 575-6 

Acceptance and bond. See 335 

Palecek (P. j.) Printing Co.: Sign. Order',' passed. .'. .2496 

Palese, James : Use of building for dancing purposes. 

Order, Passed 1288 

Palestine Foundation Fund: Tag day. (See under the 

heading "Tag days".) 

Palgen, Nicholas : Pilling station. Order, Passed 1229 

Palm Gardens: Canopy. Order, Passed 1299 

Palmbaum, Louis: Claim. Order, Passed ! .'2453 

Palmer (Bertha Honore) estate : 

Building at E. Adams St., E. Monroe St., S. State st. and 
S. Wabash av. : revocation of permit for erection. 

Order, to Bldgs 1020 

Hotel building at s. e. cor. of S. State St. and E. Monroe 
St. : issuance of permit for erection. Order, to 

Local Ind 1020 

To Bldgs 1273 

Passed 1702 

Vacation of alleys in Fractional Sec. 15. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Palmer, Charles G. : 

Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1240 

Enclosed porch. Order, to Bldys 1241 

Passed 1373 

Palmer, Potter: Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Palmer st. : 

Sewers, from N. Melvina av. to N. Mulligan av., etc. (sys- 
tem). Ordinance, Passed 944 

"Through traffic street", from Palmer square to N. Central 

av. Ordinance, to Efflciency 1396 

Palmquist, Joseph E. : Real estate office. Order, Passed! 2499 

Palonsky, Hyman : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Palumbo & Sons: Contract for the removal of ashes and 

rubbish from the 14th St. pumping station. Order 

•P«««ed Ijjyg 

Pamphlets issued by the City. (See under the heading 

"Ordinances".) 
Panacea Confectionery and Restaurant Co. : Claim. Filed 

„ 371-2 

I'aper establishments, wholesale : Repeal of license re- 
quirements. Ordinance (see Sec. 12), Passed 1405-6 

Paper (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers 
and junk".) 

Papuzzi, Andrew : Maintenance of shed. Order to 

^^"S'^ ■ '. . . .2078 

■P««««'' 2525 

Park av. : Shed at No. 1857: permission for maintenance. 

Order, Passed 772 

Park Manor Congregational Church : Free permits for erec- 
tion of church building. Order, Passed 465 



Park Ridge boul. : Sidewalk, from Osceola av. to alley first 
east thereof (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 
; 1050 

Park View Manor Building Corp. : Driveway. Order, 

Passed 2127 

Parker av. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. Kenton av. to N. Kilboum av. 

(s. side) . Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from N. Lavergne av. to 12 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Parker, Elinor : Claim (presented as claim of Elinor Por- 
ter) . Order, Passed 2455 

Parker, John D. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 1350-1 

Parkhurst av. : Water supply pipe, from Rogers av. to 

24 ft. northward. Order, Passed 248-50 

"Parking" of vehicles. (For general data, see under the head- 
ing "Traffic regulations". For "parking" at particular 
locations, see under the names of the respective streets.) 

Parks and boulevards: 

(For municipal parks see under the heading "Parks, 
Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Fulton St. (See under "West Chicago Park Commission- 
ers", below.) 
Jackson boul. (See under the heading "West Chicago 

Park Commissioners", below.) 
Lincoln Park Commissioners : 

Lincoln Park roadway extension : in the matter of the 
removal of Clarendon Beach in connection with 
the roadway extension. Come. (C. P. W.), 

Puh. and to Athletics 1080 

Resolution (directing the institution of pro- 
ceedings for the preservation of City-owned bath- 
ing beaches north of Montrose av., etc.). Adopted 

1239-40 

Michigan a v. : boulevarding of the street, between 
Pearson st. and the Chicago River. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 690-1 

Come, from the Comrs. of Lincoln Park (ac- 
cepting the control of the street), Pm6 880-3 

Ordinance (approving the conditions under 
which control of the street is accepted). Passed 880 
Michigan av. "boulevard connecting link" : 

Appropriations for engineering and other services, 

public benefits, etc. See 2318-20, 2321-2 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2395 

Certain Items, Amended 2537-8 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Experts, special counsel, etc- : authority for employ- 
ment, payment of bills, etc. (See the various 
notations under "Employes" under the heading 
"Local Improvements, Board of".) 
North Shore Park District : 

Sheridan road, from Loyola av. to Devon av. : trans- 
fer of jurisdiction. Ordinance, to Local Ind. 958 

Passed 1209-10 

One hundred twenty-third st. (See under "West Pullman 

Park Commission", below.) 
Sheridan road. (See under "North Shore Park District", 

above,) 
South Park Commissioners : 

Cable : purchase from the City. Order, Passed 1868 

Fine Arts Building: expression of approval of the 
efforts of the Commissioners to rehabilitate the 

building. Resolution, Adopted 292 

Garage, public : direction for co-operation by the City 
with the Commissioners in the matter of the 
proposed construction of a public garage. Res- 
olution, to Local Trans ,„ 1858 

Michigan av., between E. Randolph st. and the Chi- 
cago River : In^ the matter of turning over the 
jurisdiction and control of the street to the Com- 
missioners. Order, to Local Ind 618 

Filed 1938 

Street lighting service furnished to the City : author- 
ity for payment. Order, Passed 1487 

Western Avenue boul., between the Illinois and Mich- 
igan Canal and W. 36th st. : payment of bill for 

replacing poles, trees, etc. Order, Passed 1067 

Traffic regulations. (See the heading "Traffic regula- 
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Parks and boulevards: 

Wt'St Chicago Park Commissioners : 

I'ulton St. : boulevarding of (he stieet, between N. Cen- 
tral Park av. and N. Sacramento boul. Ordi- 
nance, Passed ll'22-3 

Humboldt boul. : erection of an illuminated traffic 

control sign at W. North av. Order, to Finance 938 

Jackson boul. : recommendation for widening from S. 
Clinton St. to the City limits. Resolution, 

Adopted 2131 

West Pullman Park Commission : 

One hundred twenty-third st. : boulevarding of the 
street, from S. State st. to S. Ilalsted st. Or- 
dinance, Passed 761 

Western Avenue boul. (See under "South I'ark Commis- 
sioners", above.) 

Parks, Isabella J. : Claim. Filed 610 

Parks, Playgrounds and BatUng' Beaches, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2291-5, 2314 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Tc/oed. . .2389-90 

Certain Items, Amended 2535 

Athletic fields : 

Baseball back-stops : authority for purchase (Chain 

Link Fence Co.). Order, passed 795 

Athletic fields, municipal : 

Fifty-ninth and Robey st. Field : contract for plumb- 
ing and sewer work (P. K. Claytonl. Order, 
Passed 1138 

Jackson boul. (No. 4615 W.) : installation of plumb- 
ing (P. K. Clayton). Order, Passed 1536 

Michigan av., E. 95th St., E. 97th st. and S. State st. 
(territory bounded by) : lease of the property 
from Cook County as a site for an athletic field. 
Order. Passed 560 

State St. at 95th st. : contract for grading, drainage, 

etc. (The Baers Co.). Order, Passed 1529-30 

State st. at 95th st. : installation of plumbing (P. K. 

Clayton). Order. Passed 1535 

State St. at 95th st. ; No. 4615 W. Jackson boul. and 
No. 5000 W. Van Buren st. : appropriations for 
payment of unpaid bills for improvements. 
See 2295 

Sundry fields : authority for the establishment. Or- 
der, Passed 648 

Van Buren st., at n. w. cor. of S. Lavergne av. : 
direction for establishment of a field on the 
property. Order, Passedi 394 

Van Buren st. (No. 5000 W.) : installation of plumb- 
ing (P. K. Clayton). Order, Passed 1536 

Bathing beaches, municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, 
etc., noted above.) 

Bathing suits : authority for purchase (Blum Broth- 
ers) . Order, Passed 262-3 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Clarendon Beach : appropriation for incinerator and 

floor lights. See 2295 

Clarendon Beach : in the matter of the removal of the 
beach in connection with the Lincoln Park road- 
way extension. Come, (C. P. W.), Pub. and 

to Athletics 1080 

Resolution (directing the institution of pro- 
ceedings for the preservation of City-owned bath- 
ing beaches north of Montrose av., etc). Adopted 
V 1239-40 

Clarendon Beach : purchase of benches (The A. H. 

Andrews Co.). Order, Passed 490-1 

Clarendon Beach : repair of heating plants in nata- 

toriums. Order, Passed 648-9 

Lake Shore, north of E. Ohio st. : establishment of a 
bathing beach on the land. Come, from the 
War Dept. (referred March 26, 1923, p. 2122), 
Pui. and Filed 13« 

Rainbow Beach : appropriation for construction and 

betterments. See 2295 

Rocky Ledge Beach: appropriation for rafts. See. 2295 

Rogers Park Beach : appropriation for beach toilets 

and shower facilities. See 2295 



Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of: 

Bathing Reaches, municipal : 

Seventy-ninth st. beaches. (For data, if any, see 
"Rainbow Park Beach" and "Rocky Ledge 
Beach", above.) 

Seventy-sixth St. Beach : appropriation for walks, 

parking, etc. See 2314 

Seventy-sixth St. Beach : purchase of benches (The 

A. H. Andrews Co.). Order, Passed 491 

Water at the bathing beaches : direction for daily 
analysis and authority for closing of beaches 
where water is found unhealthful. Order, 
Passed 625 

Water purification system : direction for an appro- 
priation of $200,000 for the installation of a 
system. Order (referred Nov. 22, 1922, p. 

1357) , Filed 703 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Building: authority for purchase (Geo. E. Bradbury Co. 

and Chicago House Wrecking Co.). Order, Passed 698 

Amended 1492 

Employes : 

Bathing beach assistant : increase in salary rate. 

Order, Passed 233 

Life guards: appropriations for salaries. (See the 
appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, etc., 
noted above.) 

Stenographer (junior) : authority for employment. 

Order, Passed 792-3 

Supervisor of Parks and Forestry : maintenance of a 

personally-owned automobile. Order, Passed. . 648 
Equipment : 

Automobile truck (Dodge) : authority for purchase. 

Order, Passed 1530 

Boat, equipment and supplies : authority for purchase 
for the purpose of purifying water at bathing 
beaches. Order, Passed 1064 

"Chloroboat" unit : purchase of equipment for the 
unit, to be used for purifying water at bathing 
beaches (Wallace & Tiernan Co., Inc.). Order, 
Passed 1072-3 

Life boats: authority for purchase (Racine Boat Co.). 

Order, Passed 490 

Parks, municipal : 

Addison st., between N. Kostner av. and the C, M. & 
St. P. R. R. : in the matter of the establishment 
of a park at the location. Order, to Athletics. 21ii2 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, Play- 
grounds and Bathing Beaches, noted above.) 

Byron St., between N. Racine av. and the C, M. & 
St. P. R. R. : direction for consideration of the 
matter of converting the site into a park. Or- 
der, Passed 222 

One hundred eighth St., B, 109th St.. Avenue J and 
Avenue H (block bounded by) : purchase for park 
and playground purposes. Order, to Athletics .W53 

Twenty-second st. parkway : purchase of fencing 

(Chain Link Fence Co.). Order, Passed 1308 

Playgrounds, municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. ( See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, etc., 
noted above.) 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Buildings (portable) : authority for purchase (Harris 

Brothers Co.). Order, Passed 1492 

Clark Playground : purchase of fencing (Cyclone 

Fence Co.). Order, Passed 488-9 

Corkery Playground : contract for paving of alley 

(Schmidt Construction Co.). Order, Passed . .1302 

Education, Board of : recommendation for enactment 
of a Bill providing for transfer to the City 
Council of jurisdiction of playgrounds controlled 

by the Board. Order, to Judiciary 152 

Filed 751 

Lake front, between Wilson av. and Lakeside pi. : 
In the matter of acquiring tho property for recre- 
ational purposes. Order, to Athletics 478 



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Parks, Playgrounds aud Bathingr Beaches, Bureau of: 

Playgrounds, municipal : 

Leavitt st., Montrose av., Sunnyside av. and Welles 
Park (territory bounded by) : direction for ac- 
quisition of the property for recreational pur- 
poses. Order, to Athletics 643 

Michigan av., E. 95th st., E. 97th st. and S. State st. 
(territory bounded by) : lease of the property 
from Cook County as a site for a playground. 

Order, Passed 560 

One hundred eighth St., E. 109th st.. Avenue J and 
Avenue H (block bounded by) : purchase for 
park and playground purposes. Order, to 

Athletics 1953 

Sixteenth St., between S. Hamlin av. and S. Spring- 
field av. : in the matter of the Institution of con- 
demnation proceedings to acquire the site for a 
playground. Order, Pui. and to Finance. .. .152-3 

Filed 702-4 

Van Buren st., between S. Kedzie av. and S. Albany 
av. (s. side) : direction for consideration of the 
matter of the establishment of a playground. 

Order, to Athletics 1041-2 

Winnemac Park Playground : purchase of baseball 
back-stops (Chain Link Fence Co.). Order, 

Passed 648 

Wrightwood Playground : appropriation for payment 

of mortgage and interest. See 2295 

Wrightwood I'layground : installation of playground 

apparatus (W. S. Tothill). Order, Passed.... 561 
Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Uniforms (life-guard) : authority for purchase (Blum 

Brothers). Order, Deferred and Pith. .• 2467 

Swimming pools, municipal : 

Appropriations for maintenance and operation. (See 
the appropriations for the Bureau of Parks, etc., 
noted above.) 
Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous", under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Griffith, Jackson and Beilfuss Natatorlums : appro- 
priations for partitions. See 2295 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Unpaid bills: authority for payment. Order, Passed.. 487 
Parkside av. : 

Roadway width established, from Catalpa av. to Bryn 

Mawr av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1864 

Recommitted 2522-3 

Water supply pipe, from Catalpa av. to Lovejoy av. 

Order, Passed 1562 

Water supply pipe, from 12 ft. south of Bryn Mawr av. 

to 244 ft. south thereof. Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 404 ft. south of Bryn Mawr 

av. to Catalpa av. Order, Passed Sou-o 

Parkway Building Corp. : Sign. Order, Passed 476 

Parkway Pharmacy : Sign. Order, Passed 954 

Parmion, Theo. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1394 

Passed 1702 

Paschen Brothers : Bulkheads across Lakeside pi. and 

Lawrence av. : contract for construction. Order, Passed. 693 
Passageways (connecting buildings, etc.) across streets and 
alleys. (See under the respective streets and alleys, 
and under the names of particular individuals, etc. 
For miscellaneous data, see under "Occupation of streets, 
alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the heading "Streets".) 
Passageways (underground) for pedestrians (across streets). 
(For data, if any, see "Subways for pedestrians" under 
the heading "Streets".) 
Passenger vehicles, public. (See the items listed under the 
the headings "Vehicles (motor-driven)" and "Vehicles 
(other than motor-driven)".) 

Passeri, Edward J.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1298-9 

Pastor, Josef F. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1743 

Paterson, A. : Enclosed porch. Order, Passed 1388 

Patrol boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police telegraph 
system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, Dept. 
of".) 
Patter.son av. : 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vacation 

of streets".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Austin av. to N. Meade av. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

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Patterson av. : 

Water supply pipe, from N. Central av. to 192 ft. west. 

Order, Passed 2062 

Water supply pipe, from 470 ft. east of Narragansett av. 

to 530 ft. east thereof. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from 530 ft. east of N. Narragansett 

av. to N. Noble st. Order, Passed 1562 

Patterson, H. L. : Claim. Order, Passed 560 

Patterson-Sargent Co., The : Driveways. Order, Passed. 305 
Paul, Tony : Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, 

Passed 1127 

Paulina st. : 

Building at No. 4449 N. : direction for stoppage of con- 
struction work. Order, Passed 1054 

Canopy at No. 1263 N. (See under the heading "Wieboldt 

Foundation".) 
Canopy at Nos. 1335-39 N. (See under the heading "In- 
vestors Theater Co.") 
Closing of the street to traffic, from Washburne av. to 

Hastings st. Order, Passed 928 

Conduit under and across the street, at W. 15th pi. 
(See under the heading "Goss Printing Press Co., 
The".) 
Paving and improving, from W. 80th st. to W. 83rd st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from W. 80th st. to W. 
83rd St., etc." under the heading "Marshfield av.") 
Paving, from Wellington av. to Barry av. Ordinance 
(for repeal of an ordinance passed Feb. 1, 1922), 

Passed 779 

Paving, from W. 58th st. to W. 59th st. Ordinance, 

Deferred 206 

Repair of pavement, from Milwaukee av. to W. North 

av. Order, to Finance 1043 

Resurfacing of the street, from W. 49th st. to W. Gar- 
field boul. Order (referred March 7, 1923, p. 1997), 

Filed .703 

Sewer, from W. 87th st. to W. 92nd st. (See "Sewers, 
from W. 47th st. to W. 69th St., etc." under the 
heading "Aberdeen st.") 
Sidewalk, from Belmont av. to Barry av. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed 221 

Paulsen, P. D. : Porch. Order, Passed 401 

Paving Inspectors' Union No. 378 : Request for work for 
paving inspectors for 12 months per year. Petition 

(referred May 13, 1921, p. 156), Filed 370-1 

Paving and roofing materials : License requirements for 

sales agencies eliminated. Ordinance, Passed 1348-9 

Paving of streets and alleys. (For general data, if any, 
see "Paving" under the heading "Streets". For the 

paving of particular streets and alleys, see under the 
Jiames of particular streets, or under the descriptions of 
particular alleys under the heading "Alleys".) 

Pawlak, Stanley : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Pawnbrokers : Regulation of purchases and sales : direction 
for the submission of an ordinance. Order, to Ju- 
diciary 770 

Paxton av. : Paving and improving, from E. 79th st. to E. 
83rd St. (system), (including sewer connections in E. 
80th St., E. 81st St. and E. 82nd St.). Recom., Esti- 
mate and Ordinance, Puh. and to Local Ind 1813-20 

Ordinance, Passed 2006-7 

Paxton Office Furniture and School Supply Co. : Sale of 

chairs to the City. Order, passed 1409 

Payrolls of the City. (See under the heading "Finance".) 
Pearl, Allen S. : Vacation of an alley in Cossitt's Addn. 
to Chicago. (See under heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Pearson, F. H. : Claim. To Finance 2492 

Pearson Hotel Corp.: Driveway. Order, Passed 1051 

Pearson st. : "Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of 

No. 42 B. Ordinance, Passed 2185 

Pecha, Mrs. A. : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to Bldgs.'20n 

Filed 2488 

Peck ct. : 

Paving, from W. Circle av. to N. Harlem av. (See 
"Paving, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." 
under the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in W. Circle av. 
(See the notations under "Paving, from N. Neva av. 
to N. Harlem av., etc." under the heading "Myrtle 
av.") 
Pedestrians : 

Traffic regulations governing pedestrians. (For data, 
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Pedestrians : 

Underground passagewiiys (under streets) for pedestrians. 
(For data, if any, see "Subways for pedestrians" 
under the iieading "Streets".) 
Peerless Auto Supply Co. : 

Claim. Order, Passed U^'J 

Refund of a portion of fee paid for maintenance of gaso- 
line tanks. Ordinance. Passed laili-ia 

Peetz Drug Store : Sign. Order, Passed 1-OS 

Pelka. Jotin .\. : Appointments. (See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Pelliter, Joseph : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs..W-U> 

Passed ■. ^040 

Penkala, F. : Construction of flat in. and dormer addition 

to, building. Order, to BIdgs 157 

Passed 432 

Pennella, Joseph : Claim. To Finance 1041 

Pennoyer Merchants' Transfer Co. : 

Bucket elevator: sale to the City. Order, Passed ...lSG'.»-70 

Motors : installation for the City. Order, Passed .... oUl 
Pennsylvania Oil & Supply Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed -Oti 

Filling station. Order, Passed !iOG 

Pensacoln iiv. ; Water supply pipe, from N. Central av. to 

N. Menard av. Ordinance, Passed 777 

Pension funds: 

Firemen's Pension Fund : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2310 

Municipal Employes' Annuity and Benefit Fund : 
reqnost for the institution of a program for 
merging the municipal employes' fund and the 

firemen's fund. Order, to Schools 310 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes",) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
House of Correction Employes' Pension Fund : Appro- 
priations (annual). See 2311 

Municipal Employes* Annuity and Benefit Fund : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2310 

Firemen's Pension Fund ; request for the institution 
of a program for merging the firemen's fund and 
the municipal employes' fund. Order, to 

Schools 310 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund : 

Appropriations (annual). See 2310 

Appointment of members of the Retirement Board. 

(See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Removal from oflace of certain members of the 

Retirement Board. Noted 833-4 

Tax anticipation warrants. (See under the heading 

"Taxation and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (See under the heading "Taxation and 
taxes".) 
Public School Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund : 
Tax anticipation warrants. (For data. If any, see 
"Education, Board of" under the heading "Tax:a- 
tion and taxes".) 
Tax levies. (For data, if any, see "Education, Board 
of" under the heading "Taxation and taxes".) 

Peoples Furniture Co.: Sign. Order, Passed 1953 

Peoples Gas Light & Coke Co. (See under the heading "Gas 

and gas appliances".) 
Peoples" Plumbing & Heating Supply Co., Inc. : Claim. 

Filed 1457 

People's Stock Yards State Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Peoples Store of Roseland, The: Bridge (covered passage- 
way) and tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind 907 

Passed 1318-19 

Second Ordinance, Passed 1(379 

Acceptance and bond. See 2059-BO 

People's Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago, The : Deposits 

of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks and bank- 
ing".) 
Peoria st. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between W. Roose- 
velt road and Taylor st. Order, Passed 471 



Peoria st. : 

Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 79th st. to W. 83rd 

St. Order, to Finance 303 

Tanks (gasoline) at Nos. 000-10 N. (See under the 

heading "Sinclair Refining Co.") 
Water supply pipe, from W. 9Sth st. to 200 ft. north of 

W. lOOth St. Order, to li. L. 1 2077 

Water supply pipe, from W. 100th st. to 270 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Wires, pipes and conduits under and along the street, 
south of Fulton st. (See under the heading "Fulton 
Street Wholesale Market Co.") 
Perel, Chas. S. : Settlement of claim against the City 

arising out of the race riots. Order, Passed 099-700 

Perfection Battery Mfg. Corp. : Sale of storage battery 

plates to the City. Order, Passed 697 

I'eriolat, John A.: Claim. To Finance 1853 

Parkinson, Wm. J. : Claim. To Finance 955 

Perksen, Christ: Claim. (See under the heading "Hoist, 

H. N.") 
I'ermanent Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
I'ermits (general) : 

Building permits : issuance for minor violations dunn^ 
the vacation period of the City Council. Order, 

Passed 740 

Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc. : changes in 
ordinances concerning permits for miscellaneous 
privileges made necessary by the creation of the 
Dept. of Compensation. Ordinance, Passed. ... 1425-30 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1551-2). 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc. : prohibition 
against the issuance of temporary permits for mis- 
cellaneous privileges, during the vacation period of 
the City Council, except under a certain specified con- 
dition. Order, Passed 770 

Pernod, Peter and Nellie E. : Vacation of part of an alley 

in Ryle's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacation of 
alleys".) 

Perock, John: Garage. Order, to Bldgs 1959 

Perry av. : 

Filling station at the intersection of Vincennes av. : 
direction for withholding of permit for construction. 

Order, Passed 1295 

Opening of the street, between W. 103rd st. and W. 
103rd pi. and between W. 104th pi. and W. 105th 
St. : direction for the institution of condemnation 

proceedings. Petition and Order, to B. L. 1 97 

Opening of the street, from W. 103rd st. to W. 105th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 907 

Water supply pipe, from W. 100th st. to 120 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Passed 1341-2 

Water supply pipe, from 205 ft, north of W. 101st st. 

to 206 ft. northward. Order, Passed S&0-3 

Pershing Hotel: Canopy. Order, Passed 1951 

'Pershing Palace Corp.: Sign. Order, Pa/tscd 1734 

Pershing road: Street railway matters. (See under the 

heading "Street railways''.) 
Pesdan. Frank : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2505 

Peters (C. H.) Co. : Contract for removal of dried gar- 
bage from the Municipal Reduction Plant. Com. re- 
port (recommending an amendment extending the con- 
tract) (referred Jan. 24, 1923, p. 1754), Filed 703 

Peters. G. : Sign (roof) . Order, to Bldgs 1121 

Filed 1286 

Peters, Geo. W. : Claim. Order, Passed 419-20 

Peters, Sam : Permission to use awning. Order, Passed. 405 

Petersen (J. W.) Coal Co.: Switch tracks. (See under 

the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Peterson av. : 

Paving, from W. Circle av. to Oconto av. ( See "Pav- 
ing, from N. Neva av. to N. Harlem av., etc." under 
the heading "Myrtle av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Oconto av. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Neva av. 
to N. Harlem av., etc." under the heading "Myrtle 
av.") 
Water supply pipe, from Circle av. to Oconto av. Or- 
der, Passed . 240& 

Water supply pipe, from Elston av. to McCook av., etc. 

Ordinance, Passed 950 



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Peterson av. : 

Water supply pipe, from 142 ft. east of N. Kostner av. 

to 262 ft. east thereof. Order, Passed 1341-2 

Peterson, Ella R. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1299 

Peterson, George : 

Claim. Orders, Defeired and Pub -469 

Maintenance of building. Order, Passed ^^1 

Peterson, John : Claim. To Finance 1395 

Peterson, Olaf : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Peterson, T. B. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1035 

Peterson, Victor R. : Vacation of an alley in Assessor's 

Div. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 

Peterson, W. F. : Claim. To Finance 2083 

Pete's International Theatre: Sign. Order, Passed ....1953 

Petlak, Joseph : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Petlau, Albert : Anto-shed. Order, Passed 2175 

Petrasek, Wm. J. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1395 

Passed 1764 

Petrich, L. : Barber pole. Order, Passed 2502 

Petrie, F. J. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 396 

Petrie, William W. : Resignation as a member of the 

Board of Examiners of Plumbers. Xoted 832-3 

Petropulos Range Co. : Occupancy of building. Order, to 

Bldgs .' 311 

Filed 2072 

Petros (Chas.) Co.: Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 679-80 

Petrosek, W. : Maintenance of sheds. Order, Passed... 401 

Petsche, Henry G. : Claim. To Finance 2492 

Pettit, H. M. : Contract, with the City, for a painting. 

Order, Passed 1059-60 

Pfaender, Anna : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1124 

Passed 1219 

Phelan, John J.: Claim. To Finance 958 

Philadelphia & Reading Coal Co. : Claim. Order, Pas.secZ.24b3 
Philadelphia & Reading Coal and Iron Co. : Vacation of 
Whuif St. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 
Philadelphia Storage Battery Co. : Sale of storage bat- 
teries to the City. Orders, Passed 491, 1139 

Philips, Mollie : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 145 

Passed 432 

Philipsborns, Inc. : Claim. Order, Passed 516 

Phillip, Bruno: Addition to stand. Order, to BZ(?j/.s. • . .2493 
Phillip State Bank & Trust Co. : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and hanking".) 
Phillips av. : 

Drains, between E. 79th st. and E. 83rd st., etc. (sys- 
tem) (suppl. assess.). Ordinance, Passed. 1951 

Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 87th st. 
(See "Paving and improving, from E. 83rd st. to E. 
87th St., etc." under the heading "Kingston av.") 
Roadway width established, from E. 75th st. to E. 79th 

St. Ordinance, Passed aui-2 

Water supply pipe, from E. 75th st. to E. 79th st. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 375 ft. north of E. 92nd st. 

to 48 ft. northward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Phillips, George T. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 700 

Phillips, I. : Maintenance of building (permission to I. 

Phillips and Nicholas Kruse). Order, to Bldgs 1480 

Phoenix Trimming Co. of Chicago : Bridge (covered pas- 
sageway) . Ordinance, to Local Ind 955 

Passed 1159-60 

Acceptance and bond. See 1337 

Physical Education, Department of: Creation of the de- 
partment : powers and duties prescribed. Ordinance 

(referred Nov. 15, 1922, p. 1308), Filed 140-1 

Physical therapeutic establishments. (See the heading "Cos- 
metic or physical therapeutic establishments".) 
Physician, City. (See the heading "City Physician".) 
Physicians and Pharmacists of the U. S. Veterans Bureau : 
Endorsement of request for increases in salary rates of 
clerks employed by the City. Resolution, to Finance. .2Xbl 
Pianos, manufactures of and wholesale dealers in : Repeal of 
license requirements. Ordinance (see Sec. 14), 
Passed 1405-6 



Piatek, Jos.: Claim. Order, Passed 419-2(> 

Piatkowzki, B. : Claim. To Finance 2171 

Pick, John and Katie : Vacation of alleys in Humboldt 
Park Addn. to Chicago. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Pickens, Stephen : Dormer windows. Order, Parsed. ... 207 

Pickett & Walsh: Real estate office. Order, Passed 2175 

Piekley, John H. : Claim. Order, Deferrred and Pu6. ..2465 

Piepho, A. E. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 1301 

Pierce av. : Vacation of the street. ( See under the head- 
ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Pierce. G. H. : Claim. Filed 371-'/r 

Pierrelee, Margaret : Claim. To Finance 105 

Pierson Business College: Sign. Order, to Bldgs 2186 

Deferred and Pui 2483 

Pihlfeldt, Thomas G. : Claim. Order, Passed 692 

Appropriation for settlement. See 2305. 

Pilat, George: Canopy. (See under the heading "Lohley, 

Albert".) 
Pilgrim Baptist Church : Endorsement of request for in- 
creases in salary rates of clerks employed by the City. 

Petition, to Finance 2105 

Pilsen Lumber Co. : 

Extension of contract for the sale of lumber to the City. 

Order, Passed 1441-2 

Payment of reserve cm contract for the sale of lumber 

to the City. Order, Passed 1965 

Pilz, William M. : Claim. Order, Passed 415 

Pine Grove a v. : Canopy at No. 2757. (See under the head- 
ing "Johnson, Axel H.") 
Pingree st. : Water supply pipe, from Jarvis av. to 12 ft. 

northward. Order, Passed 248-50' 

Pink, James A. : Journal of the City Council, etc., for 
1923-4 : extension of contract for printing. Order, 

Passed 1424 

Pinkosky, Alexander: Store building. Order, to Bldgs. .2175^ 

Pioneer Cooperage Co. : Vacation of part of an alley in 
Waughop's Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
alleys".) 
Pioneer State Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Pipe Yards and Stores, Division of. (See the heading "En- 
gineering, Bureau of".) 

Piper. (Jeorgp : Driveway. Order, Passed 1054^ 

Pipes in or across streets and alleys: (See under the re- 

spective streets and alleys, and under the names of par- 
ticular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, see 
under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under 
the heading "Streets".) 

Pitts. A. L. : Claim. To Finance 2128 

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St, Louis Railway Co. (See 

under the heading "Railroads".) 
Pittsburgh Coal Co.: Switch track. (See under the head- 

ing "Switch tracks".) 
"Pittsburgh Plus" practice. (See under the heading "U. S. 

Government".) 
Plamondon Mfg. Co. : Sale of gates to the City. Order, 

Passed 152T 

Plant, John : Claim. To Finance 2402 

"Play streets". (For general data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Streets". For the closing of particular streets to 
traffic, for play purposes, see under the names of the re- 
spective streets".) 
Playgoers' Club of Chicago, The : Endorsement of request 
for increases in the salary rate of clerks employed by the 

City. Resolution, to Finance 2105 

Playground Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see "Special funds, 

miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Playgrounds : 

Municipal playgrounds. (See "Playgrounds, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
"Play streets". (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Streets". For the closing of particular 
streets to traffic, for play purposes, see under the 
names of the respective streets.) 
Playgrounds, Division of. (See the heading "Parks, Play- 
grounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Plaza Auto Livery & Garage Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 

419-20 

Plecke, A. : Sign. Order, Passed 146 

Pleticka, P. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Plocar, Anna: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs.. 926 
Passed 1106-T 



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133 



Shed. Order, to BIdgs. 



105S 



Plocu, Alma : 

Passed 

Plotke, M. S. : Claim. To Finance 

Plucinski, Dr. S. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 41t»-:iO 

Pliunbers, Board cf Examiners of: 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual) . See 2L03 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Itoms. T'etoet? .... -'382:5 

Certain Items, Amended 2531-- 

Plunkett Chemical Co.: Driveway. Order, Passed 21t7 

Plymouth ct. : 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited from 25 ft. north of 
No. 315 to 25 ft. south thereof (e. side). Ordi- 
nance, Passed 18TS 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

Paving, from Polk st. to W. 14th st. Recom, Est. and 

Ordinance, to Local Ind '' 

Recommitted to B. L. 1 278 

[Recom.. Est. and Ordinance published Fi;b. 21, 
1923, pp. 1846-50.] 
Plywacz, S. : Maintenance of building. Order, to Bldi/s . .2017 
Poague, Catherine W. and Charles M. : Claim. Ordi- ^ 

nance, Passed 1 1 2(i 

Pociask, John : Claim. Order, Passed --155 

rohreburg. F. : Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs.. 1.57 

Passed '''^- 

Poirier, Charles C. : Driveway. Order, Passed 914 

Poles in streets and alleys. (For street-lighting poles, see 
under the heading "Street lights". For poles of public 
utility companies, etc., see "Poles" under the heading 
"Streets".) 

Poley, Charles: Driveway. Order, to Local Ind 1045 

Passed ^^^^ 

Felice, Department of: 

Ambulance service : in the matter of re-establishment at 
police stations. Report (Com. on Public Health). 

to Finance 1220-1 

Order, to Finance 1--11 

Second Order, to Police 1730 

To Health 1**^" 

Appropriations (annual). Sre 223.3-8, 2.314, 2^335 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Fetocc?. .. .2374-5 

Certain Items, Amended -^'-^^ 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "Special 
funds, miscellaneous" under the heading "Finance".) 
Building to house sundry police activities and sundry 
branches of the Municipal Court : 

Order (directing consideration of the matter of 
erection) (referred Nov. 2, 1921. p. 1101), to Police 9 

Filed 'ii~l-S 

Order (directing that consideration be given to 
the purchase of a certain available site) (referred 

Dec. 7, 1921, p. 1390), to Police « 

Filed ■^'^'^-^ 

Petitions (protesting against the proposed pur- 
chase of the Andrews Bldg. for the purpose), to 

Finance 588. 018 

Resolution (directing an investigation of branch 
court rooms and action taken to secure a new build- 
ing) , to Public Health 1^*10 

Filed 1''^^ 

Report of sub-committee, Puh. and to Finance. V.m-S 
Come, from Supt. of Police (recommending the 
construction of a building at S. State and 11th sts.) 

Puh. and to Finance 1^^^ 

Construction, repairs, upkeep, etc. : 

Appropriations for construction work. (See the ap- 
propriations for the Department of Police, noted 
above. ) 
Police stations : new construction work, remodeling, 
repairs, etc. (See the notations under "Police 
stations", below.) 
Dog pound: appropriations for maintenance. (See the 
appropriations for the Department of Police, noted 
above.) 

Employes : 

Advancement of employes for meritorious services. 
(See under the names of the persons advanced.) 
Attorney for the department. (For data, if any, see 
under the heading "Law, Department of".) 



Police, Department of: 

Employes : 

Captains : in the matter of elimination of the position 
and assignment of lieutenants to the work. 

Order, to Police 1081-2 

Filed 2072-3 

Censors of moving pictures : appropriations for sala- 
ries. (See the appropriations for the Depart- 
ment of Police, noted above.) 

Chief Identification Inspector : compensation for main- 
tenance of personally-owned automobile. Or- 
der, Passed ^^^ 

Deputy Superintendents of Police : provision for em- 
ployment of three in lieu of one. Ordinance, 
Passed - 812 

Deputy Superintendents of Police : authority for em- 
ployment of two additional. Order, Passed. .812-13 

Distribution of members : direction for submission of 
a report showing distribution by bureaus and 
stations. Order, Passed 21TI 

Elevator operators and starters : increase in salary 

rates. Ordinance, Passed 1307-8 

Furloughs of employes : allowance of a furlough of 
one day in each seven days, in addition to the 
annual furlough. Ordinance (referred May 3. 

1922, pp. 101-2), Filed "02 

[An ordinance covering this matter was 
passed on Nov. 22, 1922, p. 1390.] 

Harrison (Carter H.) Medal. (For data, if any, 
see below.) 

Honorable mention to members of the department. 
(For data, if any, see "Honorable mention", 
below.) 

Injured policemen and firemen : payment of medical 

and hospital expenses. Order, Passed 1839 

Janitor : increase in salary rate. Ordinance, Passed 

1137-8 

Lambert Tree Medal. (For data, if any, see below.) 

Lieutenant Comdg. Vehicle Bureau : compensation for 
maintenance of personally-owned automobile. 
Order. Passed ^^3 

Lieutenants : appropriation for additional compensa- 
tion changed so as to be effective Apr. 1. 1923, 
in lieu of Jan. 1, 1923. Ordinance. Passed. il5-l^ 

Lieutenants : in the matter of assignment to replace 

captains. Order, to Police 1081-2 

Filed .' 2072-3 

Operators (police) : request for designation as "po- 
licemen". Come, from Police Operators (re- 
ferred June 29, 1922, p. 859), Filed 703 

Patrolmen : in the matter of the employment of 1000 
additional. Resolution (directing preparation 
of an ordinance providing for submission of the 
question to a referendum vote) (referred May 
23, 1922, p. 175), Filed 702 

Patrolmen : request for an increase in salary rate. 
Resolution (Central Craftsmen's Club), to 
Finance 1976 

Patrolmen : requests for increases in salary rates. 
Come. (C. P. S., A. & E. C.) (referred Dec. 8. 

1920, pp. 1204-5), Filed '^70-1 

Petition (C. P. S., A. & E. C.) (referred Feb. 

21, 1923. p. 1824). Filed 703 

Come. (C. P. S., A. & E. C). to Finance... 947 

Pension fund for employes. ( See under the heading 
"Pension funds".) 

Policemen : direction that provision be made in the 
1924 Annual Appropriation Bill for salary in- 
creases. Resolution, Pnb. and to Finance ... .T-i>'i^ 

Policemen : protest against proposed increases in sal- 
ary rates. Come. (J. Miller), to Finance 1888 

Policemen (below the rank of Deputy Supt. of Po- 
lice) : direction for increases In salaries of 
.'S280.00 per annum. Order (referred June 
29, 1922, pp. 874-5), Filed 703 

Policewomen : request for an increase in salary rate. 

Petition, Pnh. and to Finance 1739-40 

Printer and compositors : Increase in salary rates. 

Ordinance, Passed 1307-8 

Promotion of employes for meritorious services. (See 
under the names of the persons promoted.) 

Special details. (For data, if any, see "Special de- 
tails", below.) 



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Police, Department of: 

Employes : 

Sundry mechanics : authority for employment for va- 
cation relief. Order, Passed 692-a 

Uniforms : purchase of summer uniforms for members 
of the Traffic Div. (Lescher, Whitman & Co.). 

Come. (Supt. of Police), to Police 1711-12 

To Finance 1878 

Equipment : 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase and ex- 
change (S. & L. Motor Co.). Order, Recom- 
mitted to Finance 979 

Passed 1083-4 

Amended ia04-5 

Automobiles (Ford) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old Ford automobiles in part pay- 
ment (Ray F. Mudd Motor Co.). Order, 

Paijsed 1305 

Automobile (Lincoln) : authority for purchase, and 
exchange of old automobile in part payment 

(S. & L. Motor Co.). Order, Passed 1066 

Automobile (Marmon) : authority for repair (Thomas 

T. Hoskins Co.). Order, Passed 2032-3 

Automobile (Pierce Arrow) : authority for repair 

(Central Auto Service). Order, Passed 699 

Automobiles (Cadillac, Packard, Marmon and Cole) : 
authority for purchase (Cadillac Motor Car Co., 
Packard Motor Car Co., Marmon Chicago Co. 
and Cole Motor Co.). Order, Recommitted 

to Finance 979 

Pub. and Deferred 1084 

Recommitted 1242-3 

Subst. Order, Passed 1262 

Come, from the Cole Motor Co. (in the mat- 
ter of the purchase of their automobiles), to 

Finance 1174 

Ordinance (providing for the marking of 
vehicles owned and operated by the City to indi- 
cate such ownership), to Finance 1400 

Resolution (censuring Aid. Albert for an al- 
leged attack on the Chairman of the Committee 
on Finance concerning the assignment of a po- 
lice automobile to said Chairman), Adopted ... .UOO 
Automobile truck (Ford) : authority for purchase 

(Kralovec Motor Corp.). Order, Passed 1306 

Automobile truck (White) : authority for purchase 

(White Co.). Order, Passed 1305-6 

Boat (police) : authority for repairs (Abe Burrell & 

Co.). Order, Passed 1066-7 

Cartridges: authority for purchase (Von Lengerke 

& Antoine). Order, Passed 488 

Dog wagons: authority for purchase (William Erby 

& Sons Co.). Order, Passed 1304 

Motorcycles : authority for purchase, and exchange 
of old motorcycles in part payment (Excelsior 
Motor Mfg. & Supply Co.). Order, Passed. . .1305 
Patrol wagon No. 8 : authority for repairs (William 

Erby & Son). Order, Passed 1072 

Patrol wagon (No. 29) : authority for repair (Thom- 
as T. Hoskins Co.). Order, Passed 2452 

Patrol wagon (No. 36) : authority for repair (The 

White Co.). Order, Passed 649-50. 

Patrol wagon (No. 56) : authority for repair (Thomas 

T. Hoskins Co). Order, Passed 416 

Field Day (Sept. 8-9, 1923). Order (concerning time 

and place for distribution of trophies). Passed 912 

Award of trophies (to winners of events). See 

IO1I7-I8 

Resolution (congratulating officials and mem- 
bers of the department on the success of the sports). 

Adopted 1018 

Resolution (congratulating Capt. Patrick J. 
Harding, in charge of winning division), Adopted . .1018 
Hospital, police. (See under the heading "House of Cor- 
rection".) 
Insurance (municipal) for policemen. (See the notations 

under the heading "Insurance".) 
Patrol boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "Gas and Electric- 
ity, Dept. of".) 
Pension fund for employes. (See under the heading 

"Pension funds".) 
Police hospital. (See under the heading "House of Cor- 
rection".) 



Police, Department of: 

Police stations : 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any, see "{Spe- 
cial funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Building violations existing at certain stations : re- 
ports in connection with a survey. (See "Sur- 
vey, etc." under the heading "Buildings".) 

Central Park av., W. Garfield boul., S. Robey st. and 
W. 67th St. (territory bounded by) : establish- 
ment of a police station In the district. Order, 
to PoUce 1954 

Desplaines st. (No. 120 N.) : appropriation for spe- 
cial maintenance work. See 2238 

Eighty-ninth st. (No. 2938 E.) : appropriation for re- 
modeling. See 2238 

Eighty-ninth st. (No. 2938 E.) : purchase of furniture 
for courtroom (Newton & Holt Co.). Order, 
Passed 130G 

Englewood police district : establishment of a station 
in the west end. Order (referred Dec. 20, 

1922, p. 1545), Filed 703 

Second Order, to Finance 1473 

Come. (Supt. of Police), to Finance 2403 

Ewing av. (No. 10120) : authority for employment of 
necessary labor for construction of garage in cell- 
room (Gilbert Jay). Order, Passed 1869 

Ewing av. (No. 10120) : building of garage and cell- 
room and installation of heating plant. Order, 
Passed 1244 

Ewing av. (No. 10120) : compensation for additional 
general work (Martin E. Barquist). Order, 
Passed 2450-1 

Ewing av. (No. 10120) : compensation for additional 
plumbing work (Murphy Plumbing Co.). Or- 
der, Passed 2450 

Ewing av. (No. 10120) : installation of heating plant 

(Chicago Steam Heating Co.). Order, Passed.l53Q 

Ewing av. (No. 10120) : purchase of furniture, etc. 

(Newton & Holt Co.). Order, Passed 2450 

Ewing av. (No. 10120) : purchase of the site for a 

station. Ordinance, Passed 793-4 

Ewing av. (Nos. 10118-20) : leasing of premises for 

a police station. Ordinance, Passed 233 

Foster av., at N. Kedzie av. : in the matter of the es- 
tablishment of a station in the vicinity. ■ Or- 
der, to Finance 1127 

To Schools 1729 

Green st. (No. 8501 S.) : change In district boun- 
daries. Order, Passed 1389 

Irving Park boul. and N. Central av. : in the matter 
of the establishment of a station in the vicinity. 
Order, Passed 1300 

La Salle st., at Illinois st. : renewal of lease of the 
premises for use as traffic division barn. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1650 

Maxwell st. (No. 943) : appropriation for special 

maintenance work. See 2238 

One hundred fifteenth st. (No. 100 E.) : change in 

district boundaries. Order, Passed 1389 

Robey st. (No. 2259 N.) : repair of roof. (Peter 

Hughes Roofing Co.). Order, Passed 1518 

Wentworth av. (No. 6347) : appropriation for special 

maintenance work. See 2238 

Prisoners : in the matter of alleged mistreatment by mem- 
bers of the department. Order (directing an inves- 
tigation of reasons for alleged shielding of certain 

members of the department accused of mistreating 

prisoners) (referred Feb. 7, 1923, p. 1808), to Police. 9 

Filed 377-8 

Reorganization ordinance of March 10, 1920 : 

Amendment (providing for the assignment of not to 
exceed forty patrolmen or sergeants to the direct 
command and control of the State's Attorney 
(referred Nov. 9, 1921, p. 1216), Filed 702 

Amendment (providing that patrolmen be allowed 
furloughs of one day In each seven days in addi- 
tion to the annual furlough) (referred May 3, 

1922, pp. 101-2) , Filed 702 

[An amendment covering this matter was 
passed on Nov. 22, 1922, p. 1390.] 
Repair shops. (For data, if any, see "Shops, municipal" 
under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of.") 



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135 



FoUce, Department of: 

Revolver tournament for members of the department con- 
ducted by the Chicago Daily News. Order (direct- 
ing distribution of medals and trophies to winners 

in the Council Chamber). Pasxcd 1859-60 

Award of medals and trophies, Noted 18S5 (5 

Rewards for the arrests of criminiils. etc. (For data, if 
any, see under the heading- "Crimes and criminals".) 
Special details : 

Report of all special details : direction for submis- 
sion to the City Council. Order, Passed ....2171^ 
Schools : direction for assignment of a patrolman at 
each school during hours children are going to 
and coming from school. Order, Passed ....1-lTl 
State's Attorney : assignment of not to exceed 40 
patrolmen or sergeants to the direct command 
and control of the State's Attorney. Ordi- 
nance (referred Nov. 9, 1921, p. 1210). Filed... 702 
Traffic duty : request for detail of a patrolman on S. 
Kedzie av., between W. 52nd st. and W. Sard st. 
Come. (The "Whipple" Taxpayers' Assn.), to 

Police }^^ 

Filed '^'''-^ 

Special policemen. (See the heading "Policemen".) 
Supplies, materials, etc. : 

Books (report) : authority for purchase (Fred J. 

Ringley Co.). Order, Passed T-*^ 

Bread: authority for purchase. Order (for May, 

102:?), Passed 126-7 

Order (for June, 1923), Passed 264 

Order (for vacation period of the City Coun- 
cil), Passed 796-7 

Order (for Nov., 1923), Passed 1139 

Order (for Dec, 1923), Passed 1350 

Order (for Jan., 1924), Passed 1444 

Order (for Feb., 1924), Passed 1838-9 

Order (for Mar., 1924), Passed 1926 

Order (for Apr., 1924), Passed 2161 

Chauffeur's badges: authority for purchase (S. D. 

Childs Co.). Order, Passed 1245-6 

City directory: authority for purchase (R. L. Polk 

Co. ) . Order, Passed 698-9 

Gasoline and kerosene : purchases in quantity by the 
Business Agent. (See under the heading "Sup- 
plies, Dept. of".) 
Meals for witnesses : payment for furnishing 

(Schneider's Lunch Room). Order, Passed... 233 

Sausage: authority for purchase. Order (for 

May, 1923), Passed 126-7 

Order (for June, 1923), Passed 264 

Order (for vacation period of the City 

Council ) , Passed 796-7 

Order (for Nov., 1923), Passed 1139 

Order (for Dec, 1923) , Passed 13.50 

Order (for Jan., 1924), Passed 1444 

Order (for Feb., 1924), Passed 1838-9 

Order (for Mar., 1924), Passed 1926 

Order (for Apr., 1924), Passed 2161 

Street car transportation books : authority for print- 
ing (Columbia Bank Note Co.). Order, Pas.sc</.1310 
Telegraph and telephone system. (See "Fire alarm and 
police telegraph system" under the heading "Gas and 
Electricity, Dept. of".) 
Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 

of funds".) 
Tree (Lambert) Medal. (For data, if any, see "Laml ert 

Tree Medal", above.) 
Uniforms of employes. (See under "Employes", above.) 
Warrant for collection : authority for payment. Or- 
der, Passed 1349-50 

Police Department Building Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Police and Municipal Institutions, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2214 

Police patrol boxes. (See under "Fire alarm and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, 
Dept. of".) 
Police stations. (See under the heading "Police, Dept. of".) 
Police telegraph system. (See "Fire alarm, and police tele- 
graph system" under the heading "Gas and Electricity, 
Dept. of".) 



Policemen : 

City policemen. (See under "Employes" under the head- 
ing "I'olice, Department of".) 
Special policmen : rules and regulations governing ap- 
pointments of special policemen for common carriers 
prescribed ; penalty provided for false representation ; 
bonds to be hied by applicants. Ordinance, 

Passed 1836 

Report of newspaper publlcatior. See 1974 

Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Fund. (See under the head- 
ing "I'ension funds".) 
Policemen's Annuity and Benefit Tax Fund. (See under the 

heading "Finance".) 
I'olice's Benevolent Assn. : 

Endorsement of request for increases in salary rates of 
clerks employed by the City. Petition, to 

Finance 2105 

Field day for the benefit of members. (See under the head- 
ing "Police, Department of".) 
Polish American Veterans of the World War: Tag day. 
(See under the heading "Tag days".) 

Polish Republican Club : Banner. Order, Passed 1685 

Polish Roman Catholic Union of America : Canopy. 

Passed 9-^5 

Polk (R. L.) & Co.: Sale of city directories to the City. 

Order, Passed 698-9 

Polk, Seba : Claim. Order, Deferred and Puh 2465 

Polk St. : 

Bridge (covered passageway over and across the street, 

west of S. Campbell av. (See under the heading 

"National Biscuit Co.") 

Curb, sidewalks and retaining walls from S. Canal st. 

to S. rialsted st. (both sides). Ordinance, 

Passed 545 

Paving and improving, from S. Canal st. to S. Malsted 
St. Recom., Est. and Ordinance, Puh. and to 

Local Ind 1991-4 

(Journal corrected, p. 2057). 

Ordinance, Passed 2205 

Traflfic signs. (See under the heading "Traffic regula- 
tions".) 
Widening of the street, from S. Canal st. to S. Halsted 

St.; appropriation for preliminary expense. See 2270 

Widening of the street, from S. Canal st. to S. Halsted 
St. : direction for application, toward the payment of 
public benefits, of compensation derived from vacation 
of streets and alleys incident to the Improvement. 

Order, to Finance 544 

Filed 1457 

Polling places. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Election Commissioners, Board of".) 
Pollock, Dr. W. J. : Resignation as City Physician. 

Jioted 110 

Polonia Construction Co. : Completion of building. Or- 
der, to Bldgs I960 

Passed 2092 

Polster, J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 548 

Polychrones. Z. : Claim. Order, Passed 593 

Ponchartrain boul. : Sewer, from Caldwell av. to Lehigh 

av. (See "Sewer, from N. Kostner av. to N. Cicero av., 
etc" under the heading "Bryn Mawr av.") 
Pond, Allen B. : Appointments. ( See under the heading 

"Appointments".) 
Pontius, Barney : Driveways (permission to Barney Pan- 

tius and Mathias J. Cremer). Order, Passed ..1690 

Pontow, William H. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Real estate office. Order, Passed 1130 

Pool rooms. (For data, if any, see the heading "Billiard 

rooms".) 
Poole, Russell J.: Driveways. Orders, Passed ....465, 542 

Poot, John : Claim. To Finance 907 

Porpo, John : Claim. To Finance 908 

Portage Park Commercial Assn. : Request for action to 
require the elevation of tracks in the vicinity of "May- 
fair". Petition and Resolution, to Track Elev 2086-7 

Portage Park National Bank: Signs. Order, to BtJf/s.. .1689 

Porter, Elinor: Claim. (See under the heading "Parker. 

Elinor".) 

Porter, Peter : Claim. To Finance 1024 

Poser, Herman: Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs..Vi\)'i 
Passed 170ii-3 









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Post Oppeln, Germany : Appeal for financial aid from Max 

Hermann, a theft victim. Come, Filed 1173 

Postal matters. (See under the heading "U. S. Government'-') 
Postal Telegraph Co. (See under the heading "Telephones 
and telegraphs".) 

Posthumus, Jacob : Claim. To Finance 919 

Potlcha, H. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. Or- 
der, to Finance '-'014 

Potomac av. : Water meter at Nos. 2306-08 : removal. 

Order (referred Dec. 20, 1922, p. 1539), Filed 371.2 

Poulos, George: Addition to building. Order. Passed. .2W2 

Powell, F. D. : Claim. Order, Passed 1141 

Powell Steel Kitchen Co.: Claim. Order, Deferred and 

Puh ;,i,- 

24bo 

Powell, W. J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 2127 

Power and heating plant, municipal. (For data, if any, 

see under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Powers Accounting Machine Co. : Rental of punch, sort- 
ing and tabulating machines to the City. Orders, 

Pessed 227-8, 2088-9 

Powers, John : 

• Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See i_v 

Illness of the Alderman : expression of sympathy from 

the City Council. Resolution, Adopted 1740 

Aclinowledgment, Filed i7«.5 

Oath of ofl3ce as Alderman. See v-y 

Powers (John) Co.: Canopy. Order, />o«.sc(J '.'.'.'.'. 40'' 

Prairie av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 99th St. to E. 103rd St. 

(See "Paving and improving, from E. 99th st. to E. 

103rd St., etc." under the heading "Calumet av.") ' 

Sidewalk, from E. 118th st. to E. 110th st. (both sides). 

Ordinance, Passed (j22 

Water supply pipe, from 10 ft. south of E. 73rd st. to 

72 ft. southward (w. side). Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from E. 77th st. to first alley north 

of E. 79th St. (w. side). Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from E. 79th st. to E. 80th st. (w. 

side) . Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from E. 81st st. -to E. 82nd st. 

Order, Passed .1025 

Water supply pipe, from E. 81st st. to E. 83rd st.' '('e'. 

side) . Order, Passed .2406 

Water supply pipe, from 82 ft. south of E. 73rd st. to 

E. 74th St. Order, Passed 15(52 

Water supply pipe, from 329 ft. south of E. 77th st. to 

E. 79th St. (e. side). Order, Passed 2406 

Pratt av. : Water supply pipe, from N. California av. to 

N. Rocljwell St. Order, Passed 248-50 

Pratt boul. : Stairway and .ietty at hake Michigan : rec- 

ommendation for construction so as to make the waters 
of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report of 
the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 
Pratt & Lambert Co.: Sign. Order (referred Jan 17 

1923, p. 1()82), Filed 1286-7 

Pratt & Whitney : 

Sale of a drill press to the City. Order, Passed 1533 

Sale of an engine lathe to the City. Order, Passed. . .loSS 

Prchal, John : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 1044 

^"S^*"^' .'l280 

Prehler, George: Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Preib, N. : Addition to building. Order, Passed 1860 

Prendergast. P. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Prescott, H. S. : Claims (as agent). Ordinances, 

■P«»«e(i 1350-1, 1726 

Price (Ed. V.) & Co.: Bridge (covered passageway). Or- 
dinance (for repeal of an ordinance passed March 29 

1920 ) , to Local Ind 2403 

Princeton av. : 

Sidewalks, from W. 107th pi. to W. 108th st. (both sides) . 

Ordinance, Passed ygg 

Water supply pipe, from W. 95th st. to W. 96th st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Printing done for the City of Chicago. (For general data, 
if any, see under the heading "Chicago, City of." For 
printing done for particular bureaus and departments, 
see under the names of the respective bureaus and depart- 
ments.) 
Prior, J. H. : Appropriation for settlement of claim. 



See 



Prisoners in the custody of the Police Dept. (See under the 
heading "Police, Department of".) 



.2220 



Pritikin, Nathan: Auto-shed. Order. Passed 774 

Probation oflScers. (For data, if any, see under "Chief Jus- 
tice" under the heading "Municipal Court of Chicago".) 
Prohibition of the sale, etc., of intoxicating liquors. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "Beverages".) 

Prohm, John: Claim. Order, Passed 419 20 

Prosecuting Attorney. (See the heading "Law, Department 

Of".) 

Prospect av. : Sewer, from W. 87th st. to Hopkins pi. (See 

"Sewers, from W. 47th st. to W. 69th st, etc." under 
the heading "Aberdeen st.") 

Provident League of America : Licensing and regulation of 
drivers of motor vehicles. Come, and Ordinances (re- 
ferred Jan. 17, 1923, p. 1637), to Safety Com 377 

Prudential State Savings Bank: Deposits of City funds. 
(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Przybylinski, Frank : Driveway. Order, Passed . . 200 

Amended ^ ' an-:> 

iPrzybyIko, Andrew: Maintenance of building. ' Order 

to Bldgs 'j3g.j, 

Przygoda, Frank: Auto-shed. Order, PassetJ ..'....'".. '. 77(5 

Psychopathic Laboratory. (For data, if any, see under 
the heading "Municipal Court of Chicago".) 

Public benefits. (For general data, if any, see under the 
heading "Special assessments, special taxation, etc." 
For public benefits on particular improvements, see under 
the names of particular streets, etc.) 

Public carts. (See under the headings "Vehicles (motor- 
driven)" and "Vehicles (other than motor-driven)".) 

Public Comfort Station Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Public comfort stations. (See "Comfort stations, public" 
under the heading "Health, Dept. of".) 

Public defender : Request for appointment for the purpose 
of curbing vice. Come, from Kathryn H. Rutherford 
(referred Jan. 17, 1923, p. 1637), Filed 140-1 

Public Health. Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2214 

Public improvements: 

(See also the heading "Special assessment, special 

taxation, etc." For improvements in particular 

streets and alleys, see under the names of the 

particular streets, etc.) 

Advisory committee on public improvements south of Van 

Buren st. : appointment for co-ordination of the 

work. Come. (Mayor), Pub. and Filed 834 

Bonds for the payment of public improvements : direction 
for submission of a Bill providing for the issuance 
of long-term bonds. Resolution (referred Feb 21 

1923, p. 1867), Filed . . .' 751 

Completion of sundry improvements : request for action 
to bring about early completion. Resolution (Cook 

County Real Estate Board), to Local Ind 838 

Pui. and Filed 1001-2 

Estimates of the Board of Local Improvements for pro- 
posed street improvements : authority for inclusion 
of expense of adjusting electric wires, cables, man- 
holes, etc., in ?uch estimates. Order, Passed 415 

Public Improvements South of Van Buren St., Advisory Com- 
mittee on: Appointment of members. (See under the 
heading "Appointments".) 
Public lands. (See the heading "City property, leases, etc.") 
Public Library, Chicago. (See the heading "Library, Chicago 

Public".) 
Public markets. (See the heading "Markets, public".) 
Public passenger vehicles. (See the items listed under the 
headings "Vehicles (motor-driven)" and "Vehicles (other 
than motor-driven)".) 
Public Recreation and Athletics, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2215 

Public Safety Commission : Direction for submission of an 

ordinance providing for creation. Order (referred 

Nov. 15, 1922, p. 1310), Filed i40-i 

Public School Teachers' Pension and Retirement Fund. (For 

data, if any, see under the heading "Pension funds".) 
Public School Teachers' Pension and Retirement Tax Fund. 
(For data, if any, see "School tax fund" under the head- 
ing "Finance".) 



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137 



Piiblic Service, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2285-ti 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed ... ■2:iHl-ii 

Certain Items, Amended 2534 

Employes : Transportation inspectors : autliority for 

employment. Orders, Passed 1130, 1740 

Services of the Department proffered to the City Council 
and its committees. Come. (Comr. of P. S.). 

Pub. and Filed 1335(5 

Telephone Bureau : 
Monthly reports. 

P^or Mar., 1923, Filed 15 

For May. June, July, Aug., Sept. and Oct.. 1923. 

Pub. and Filed 845-7, 1175 

For Nov. and Dec, 1923, and Jan. and Feb.. 

1924, Filed 1341, 1712, 1790, 1980 

For Mar., 1924, to G.., 0. d- E. L 2403 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers of 
funds".) 
Public State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 
the heading "Banks and banking".) 

FubUc utlUtieB: 

(See also the headings "Electric light and power", 
"Elevated railroads", "Gas'', "Local transporta- 
tion", "Street railways'', "Siibtoays, passenger", 
"TelepJiones and telegraphs" , etc.) 
Claims of public utility corporations : in the matter of 
the adjustment and location of equipment in streets 
and alleys, when privileges on such streets and alleys 
are granted to other corporations or individuals. 
Resolution (directing that such claims of public 
utility corporations be disregarded) (referred April 

12, 1922, p. 2429) , to Local Ind 9 

Filed 198 

Control of local public utilities : request for amendment 
of existing legislation to provide for a referendum 
vote by cities in the matter of such control. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 292 

"Home rule" for Chicago over local public utilities : in 
the matter of restoration. Resolution (The loth 

Ward West End Improvement Club), to Judiciary. .ISli 
Motorbus lines operating as public utilities for the 
transportation of passengers and freight. (For data, 
if any, see the heading "Motorbus lines".) 
Poles of public utility companies in streets and alleys. 
(See "Poles" under the heading "Streets".) 
Public Utilities Commission of Illinois. (See "Commerce Com- 
mission, Illinois" under the heading "Illinois. State of".) 
Public utility inspectors. (For data, if any. see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "Streets, Bureau of".) 
Public Vehicle License Commission : 

Creation of a commission. Ordinance, to Local Trans.. 152 

Filed 1459 

Investigation of the activities of the Commission in con- 
nection with the so-called "taxicab war." Order, 

to Police 4T2 

Piled 1877-8 

Membership : change in the method of appointment. 

Ordinance, to Local Trans 546 

Filed 1459 

"Sight-seeing" cars : license fee increased. Ordinance 

(referred Oct. 4, 1922, p. 1009), Filed 611-12 

Public vehicles. (See the headings "Vehicles (motor-driven)" 
and "Vehicles (other than motor-driven)".) 

-Public Welfare, Department of: 

Appropriations (annual). See 2264-5 

Appropriations (supplementary) . See 592 

Employes : 

Social service investigator and senior stenographer : 
authority for employment. Ordinance, Passed 

1999-:iUOO 

Superintendent of employment : appropriation for em- 
ployment. Ordinance. Passed 592 

Municipal Lodging House : use as a house for the 

homeless. Amendatory order. Passed 486-7 

Operation of the department and publication of a social 
service directory : authority to make certain expendi- 
tures for such purposes. Ordinance (referred May 
3. 1922, p. 106), Filed 702 



Public works. (See the heading "Public improvements".) 

(See also the notations under the names of the various 
bureaus of the department. See also under the 
heading "Chicago, City of.) 
Activities of the department : authority for survey 

(Griffenhagen and Associates, Ltd.). Order, Passed 794 

Annual report for 1923. Filed 1981 

Appropriations (annual) for the Commissioner's office. 

See 2286 7 

Appropriations (annual) for the Commissioner's office. 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2388 

Certain Items, Amended 2534 

Automobile (Lincoln) : authority for purchase (S. &. L. 

Motor Co.). Order, Passed 360 

Employes (in the Commissioner's office) : 

Clerk (senior) : authority for employment in lieu 

of a senior stenographer. Order, Passed .... 1306 
Overtime : authority for payment. Order, Passed. 1488-9 
Furniture for the Commissioner's office : payment for pur- 
chase (Marshall Field & Co.). Order, Possed. .. .1489 
Survey of activities: contract for the work (Griffen- 
hagen and Associates,. Ltd.). Order, Passed 416 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 
Publication (newspaper) of ordinances. (See the notations 

under the respective ordinances.) 
Publications, City. (See under the heading "Ordinances".) 
Publishers' representatives : Repeal of license require- 
ments. Ordinances (see Sec. 2), Passed 1405-6 

Pulaski, Monsignor : Offer to sell to the City the neck- 

piece worn by Gen. Casimir Pulaski. Come, to 

Finance 588 

Filed 1457 

Pullman Co., The : 

Driveways. Order, Passed 90U 

Petition for a grant to the Calumet and South Chicago 
Ry. Co. to construct and operate a double-track 
street railway in E. 103rd st. from Cottage Grove 
av. to Woodlawn av. Come, (referred Oct. 4, 

1922, p. 944), Filed 705 

To C. P. W 1879 

Pullman Emergency Hospital : Water service pipe. Or- 
der, Passed 1385 

Pullman Land Assn. : Quit-claim deed of the City's in- 

terest in a certain strip of land formerly occupied by the 
Pullman Sewage Pumping Station. Ordinance, Passed.6Si-o 
Pullman Sewage Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering. Bureau of".) 
Pullman Trust and Savings Bank, The : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) 

Driveway. Order, Passed 909 

Pumping stations. (See under the heading "Engineering, 
Bureau of".) ■ 

Q. 

Quadbach, Alfred J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 904 

Qualey, Vincent L. : Claim. To Finance 1241 

Quan, Albert: Addition to building. Order, to Bldgs... 958 

Passed 1013 

Quan, Thomas C. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Quarry st. : Lease of space in the street, easterly of the 

C. & A. R. R. (See under the heading "Martln-Senour 

Co., The".) 

Queen Ann Candy Co.: Switch track. (See under the 

heading "Switch tracks".) 

Quigley, Martin J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Quincy st. : 

Canopy at Nos. 316-22. (See under the heading "Adams 

W. P.") 
Loading platform, at S. Desplaines st. (See under the 

heading "Wurlitzer (Rudolph) Co.") 
Loading platform at No. 550 W. (See under the head- 
ing "Dodge Sales and Engineering Co.") 
Paving and improving, from S. Morgan st. to Aberdeen 

St., etc. Ordinance, Passed 2131 

Pipe under and across the street, east of S. Dearborn 

St. (See under the heading "Illinois Maintenance 

Co.") 
Scale in the roadway at s. w. cor. of S. Clark st. (See 

under the heading "Illinois Trust Safety Deposit 

Co.") 



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Quincy st. : 

Sidewalk, from S. Clinton st. to S. Jefferson st. (s. side). 

Ordinance, Passed '^^^ 

Sidewalk space at s. w. cor. of S. State st. : permission 

for occupation. Order, Passed 4(jl-li 

Widening, from S. La Salle st. to S. Clark st. Recom. 

and Ordinance, to Local Ind 1291 

Quinlan, James J. : Claim. Order, Passed 2450 

Quinlan, James L. : Claim. To Finance 1237 

Quinlan, Thomas E. : Addition to building. Order, 

Passed 432-3 

Quinn, G. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs 931 

Passed HOY 

Quinn, Harry A.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 2502 

Quinn, John : Claim. Order, Deferred and Pub 2463 

Quinn, Ray : Vacation of alleys in Mary W. Ingram's 

Sub. (See under the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Quirk, Patrick: Claim. To Finance l.-i»* 

Quit-claim deeds: 

Coburn, John J. : q.-c. deed to Lots 99 and 100, Williams 
Sub. of Block 7, Steele's Sub., S. E. %, and E. 1/2 of 
S. W. %, Sec. 26-39-13. Ordinance, Passed 2028 

Judson, Nathan : q.-c. deed to Lots 3 and 4, Block 7, 
W. O. Cole's Sub., B. %, N. W. %, Sec. 5-37-14. 
Ordinance, Passed 789-90 

Langlois, Walter : q.-c. deed to sundry lots in Blocks 3, 

4, 14 and 15, Burnham's Sub., and in Blocks 3, 5, 
8 and 11, Cole's Sub., B. V2, N. W. 1/4, See. 5-37-14. 
Ordinance, Passed 1528 

McBrlean, Charles V. : q.-c. deed to Lots 26 and 27, Block 

5, Charles E. Piper's Sub., Sec. 32-38-14. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 2196 

Mecartney, Harry S. : q.-c. deed to Lots 17 and 18, Jas. 
L. Pattison's Sub., E. 1/2, S. W. 14, N. W. %, S. E. 
Vi, Sec. 32-38-14. Ordinance, Passed 647 

Moline, Roy S. : q.-c. deed to I^ots 26 to 30, Block 66, 
in Cornell, a Sub. in Sees. 26 and 35-38-14. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1136 

Pullman Land Assn. : q.-c. deed to a certain piece of land 
in Section 15-37-14, formerly occupied by the Pull- 
man Sewage Pumping Station. Ordinance, Passed.684-5 



Rabbitt, W. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 933 

Filed 1112-13 

Rabe, Mrs. C. P. : Sign. Order, Passed 468 

Rabinovitch, B. : Sign. Order, Passed 2505 

Race riots : Suits pending against the City on account of 

the riots. Order (making settlement of certain claims), 

Passed 699-700 

Racine av. : 

Filling station at No. 6705 S. (See under the heading 

"Palgen. Nicholas".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 4721 N. 

Order, to Local Ind 1865 

Ordinance, Passed 2033 

Report of newspaper publication. .. See ....2156 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in' front of No. 4625 

N., 4734 N. and 4746 N. Ordinance, Passed 1963 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2060 

Sidewalks, from W. Chicago av. to W. Grand av. (both 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 2503 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Switch track in and along the street, south of Roscoe 
St. (See under "Norris Ward Coal Co." under the 
heading "Switch tracks".) 
Water meter at No. 1248 S. : removal. Order (re- 
ferred March 21, 1923, p. 2093), Filed 610-11 

Water meter at No. 6601 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1389 

Water meter at No. 6843 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 392 

Racine Boat Co. : Sale of life boats to the City. Order, 

Passed ' 490 

Racky, George : Driveway. Order, Passed 1019 

Raclowski, J. P. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Order, to Finance 548 

Filed 1458 

Rada, James : Completion of building. Order, to Bldgs. 926 

Passed 1107 

Radio Garage: Driveways. Order. Passed 2019 



Radio matters. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Telephones and telegraphs".) 

Rado, John : Auto shed. Order, Passed 621 

Raffin, Louis : Vacation of E. 118th st.. Front av., Calumet 

av. and adjacent alleys. (See the notations under "One 

hundred eighteenth st." under the heading "Vacations of 

streets".) 
Rags, dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers and junk.") 
Ragsdale, Lee: Driveway. Order, Passed 159 

Bailroads: 

(See also the headings "Subways, railroad", "Switch 
tracks" and "Track elevation".) 
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Co. : 

Claim. To Finance 1735 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Aurora, Elgin and Chicago R. R. Co. : Claim. Or- 
dinance, Passed 326 

Amended 464 

Bakeries for restaurant purposes in railway terminal sta- 
tions : regulations governing establishment. Or- 
dinance, Passed 1523-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1710 

Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal Railroad Co. : 

Crossing at W. 75th st. and S. Western av. : detail 
of a policeman in connection with obstruction of 

traffic by trains. Order, Passed 1389-90 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
Baltimore & Ohio Connecting Railroad Co. : Track 
elevation matters. (See under the heading "Track 
elevation".) 
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Co. : Track elevation mat- 

ters. (See under the heading "Track elevation".) 
Belt Railway Company of Chicago : Track elevation 
matters. (See under the heading "Track elevation".) 
Chicago & Alton Railroad Co. : 

Claim. Order, Passed 982 

Switch tracks. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Co. : 

Pipe. Ordinance, to Local Ind 2501 

Subways in the 20th Ward : direction for repairs of 

roadways. Order, Passed 151 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
Chicago & Indiana Harbor Belt Railway Co. : Track 
elevation matters. (See under the heading "Track 
elevation".) 
Chicago Junction Ry. Co.: Claim. "Order, PassetJ. .2453 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co. : 

Ashiand av. improvement : requirement for the car- 
rying of tracks over N. Ashland av. at W. Kin- 
zie St. on a suitable bridge. (See the notations 
under "Widening, etc." under the heading "Ash- 
land av.'') 
Dominick st. : direction for repair and maintenance 
of the street, as provided for in Sec. 4 of an 
ordinance passed Jan. 23, 1882. Order, to 

Local Ind 2186 

Deferred and Puh. . .' 2472 

Easement to the City for the construction of a sewer 

in and along Bryn Mawr av., from N. Kostner av. 

to N. Cicero av., etc. Ordinance, Passed ..1894-5 

(Journal corrected, p. 1973.) 

Gates at N. Sayre av., south of Medill av. and at 

N. Nordica av. and Medill av. : direction for 

installation. Order, Passed 1526 

Seminary av. : direction for an investigation of tbe 
occupation of the street, between Addison st. and 

Irving Park boul. Order, Passed 407-8 

Springfield Av. Pumping Station : lease of property 
lying east of the station to the City for storage 
purposes. Ordinance, Passed 1403-4 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 

Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad Co. : 

Bus line between certain points in Chicago and Mil- 
waukee, Wise. : application for authority to 
operate. Come, and Petition, to Local Trans. 15 



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Bailxoads : 

Chicago, North Shore & Milwaukee Railroad Co. : 

Depot on S. Wabash av., between E. Adams st. and 
E. Jackson boul. : in the matter of authority for 
platform connection with the "Union Elevated 
Lx)op". Order (directing submission of a re- 
port ) , Passed '■ VdHO 

Report (C. 1". W.), to Local Trans K62-3 

Operation of trains over elevated railroad rights of 
way. Resolution (directing an investigation 
and report) , to Local Trans 321 

Orders (directing the institution of proceed- 
ings to prevent further operation), to Local 
Trans 1029, 1052, 117.5 

Come, from the Corp. Counsel (setting forth 
an opinion concerning the legal status of the 
railroad in respect of the operation of trains 
in the City of Chicago), to Local Trans 117-5 

Motion (directing the publication of the 
foregoing communication In pamphlet form), 
Carried 11^.5 

Orders (directing the institution of negotia- 
tions with a view to granting a franchise to the 
railroad), to Local Trans 1175, 1749 

Order (directing action to stop the opera- 
tion of trains within the City of Chicago), to 
Local Trans 1175 

Rcconi mittcd 1744) 

Come, from Woodlawn Business Men's Assn. 
(protesting against action which would inter- 
rupt present service to G3rd st. ), to Local 
Trans 1710 

Chicago & Northwestern Railway Co. : 

Appropriations for the construction, reconstruction 
and maintenance of railroad bridges in connection 
with the extension of Ogden av. See 2321 

Ashland av. improvement : requirement for the car- 
rying of tracks over N. Ashland av. at W. Kin- 
zie St. on a suitable bridge. ( See the notations 
under "Widening, etc." under the heading "Ash- 
land av.") 

Ashland av. improvement : requirement for the re- 
moval of existing elevation work and the car- 
rying of elevated tracks across N. Ashland av. 
on suitable bridges ; the construction of an ad- 
ditional bridge at Cornell st. : and the recon- 
struction of bridges at Cornell st. and Armitage 
av. (including changes in the Clybourn Junc- 
tion Station bldg.). (See the notations under 
"Widening, etc." under the heading "Ashland 
av.") 

Claim for damage to dock in connection with bridge 

construction: appropriation for payment. See. .2316 

Clybourn Junction Station : requirement for certain 
changes in the building, platforms, etc. (See the 
notations under "Widening, etc." under the head- 
ing "Ashland av.") 

Crane : contract for operation by the City on the 
right of way at W. 17th pi. and S. Ashland av. 
Order, Passed 9S0 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 1042, 1044 

Franklin-Orleans st. bridge ; payment of claims 

against the City. Order, Passed 324 

Right of way along Hermosa Park, between Belden 
av. and Palmer st. : direction for enclosure witb 

a fence. Order, to Track Elev 1124 

To C. P. W 1521 

Track elevation matters. ( See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 

Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railway Co. : 

Driveways. Order, Passed H29 

Seventy-ninth st. subway : payment for excavation 
work. Order (referred Dec. 14, 1921, p. 

1469 ) , Filed 702 

Stoppage of trains : direction for stoppage at those 
grade crossings which were to have been elim- 
inated under the terms of contract ordinances 
for track elevation. Order, to Track Elev.... 202 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 



Railroads: 

Chicago Union Station Co. (For data, if any, see "Union 

Station Co., Chicago", belo'w.) 
Chicago & Western Indiana Railroad Co. : 

Canopy. Order, Pa^^sed 1221 

Crossing on Stony Island av. south of E. 95th St. : 

direction for construction. Order, Passed. . ■ ■ 901! 

Vetoed, Amended and Repassed 965-6 

Loading platform. Ordinance, to Loca! Ind 535 

Second Ordinance, to Local Ind 895 

Stoppage of trains : direction for stoppage at those 
grade crossing which were to have been elim- 
inated under the terms of contract ordinances 
for track elevation. Order, to Track Elev.... 202 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 

"Track elevation".) 
Vacation of S. Bishop and Laflin sts. (See the no- 
tations under "Bishop st." under the heading 
"Vacations of streets".) 
Columns. (See "I'osts, columns, etc.", below.) 
Elevation of tracks. (Se? the heading "Track elevation".) 
Encroachniints on public lands : supplementary appro- 
priation for surveys by the Com, on Local Industries, 

etc. Ordinance. Passed 623-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See S36 

Flagmen. (See "Gates and gatemen", below.) 
Foot-passageways under railroad tracks. (See the head- 
ing "Subways, railroad".) 
Gates and gatemen : 

Medill av. : direction for installation of gates at N. 

Sayre av. and at N. Nordica av. (See under 

"Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Co.", 

above.) 

Grade crossings : direction for stoppage of trains operated 

by the C. & W. I. R. R. Co., the I. H. B. R. R. Co. 

and the C, R. I. & P. Ry. Co. at those grade crossings 

which were to have been eliminated under the terms 

of contract ordinances for track elevation. Order, 

to Track Eler 202 

Grade crossings : direction for the stoppage of trains at 
those grade crossings which were to have been elimi- 
nated under the terms of contract ordinances for 
track elevation unless the railroads concerned take 
prompt action to comply with such ordinances. 

Order, Passed 1333-4 

Grade crossings : direction for submission of a report of all 
hazardous railroad crossings. Resolution, Adopted 

1477 

Illinois Central Railroad Co. : 

Electrical equipment at W. 39th st. : payment for 

care. Order, Passed 1527-8 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 

"Track elevation".) 
Water supply from mains of the City of Chicago. 

Come. (Federal Engineering Co.), to Finance. . .12:) li 

Order, Passed 1746 

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad Co. : 

Crossing at W. 75th st. and S. Western av. : detail of 
a policeman in connection with obstruction of 

traffic by trains. Order, Passed 1389-90 

Kilbourn av., south of W. 16th st. : safeguarding of 

approaches. Order, Passed 1956 

Stoppage of trains : direction for stoppage at those 
grade crossings which were to have been elimi- 
nated under the terms of contract ordinances for 

track elevation. Order, to Track Elev 202 

Switch track. (See under the heading "Switch 
tracks".) 
New York, Chicago & St. Louis Railroad Co. : 

Crossing on Stony Island av., south of E. 95th st. : 

direction for construction. Order, Passed. . . . 906 

Vetoed, Amended and Repassed 965-6 

Lake Calumet : proposed in the matter of payment of 
construction costs in connection with harbor de- 
velopment in return for certain track and ter- 
minal privileges. Come. (Mayor), Pub. and 

to Harbors 1329-31 

Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Co. : 
Ashland av. improvement : requirement for the carry- 
ing of tracks over N. Ashland av. at W. Kinzie 
St. on a suitable bridge. (See the notations un- 
der "Widening, etc." under the heading "Ashland 
av.") 



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Sailroads : 

I'lttsburgh, Cincinnati, Cliicago & St. Louis Railway Co. : 
Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
Policemen (special) of railroad companies. (See under 

the heading "Policemen".) 
Posts, columns, etc., in roadway's : requirement for paint- 
ing and for illumination with special lights at night. 

Ordinance, to Judiciary 1021 

Passed 1419 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

South Chicago Railroad Co. : 

Relocation of tracks, widening of platform and con- 
struction of ticket office and shelter in E. 71st 
St. between Euclid av. and JefEery av. Ordi- 
nance, Passed -93 

Reconsidered and Filed -i'i^ 

Relocation of tracks, widening of platform and con 
struction of a ticket office and station on Ex- 
change av., between E. 7oth st. and E. 76th st. 

Ordinance, Passed 382-3 

Acceptance and bond. See . 670 

South Shore Interurban Railroad : proposed Increases in 
rates of fare from Kensington to Hegewisch. Peti- 

tion and Order (referred -Ipril 5, 1923, p. 235S), 

Filed 216(5 

Speed of trains at grade crossings within the city. (See 

the notations under "Grade crossings", above.) 
Subways under elevated roadbeds and tracks. (See the 

heading "Subways, railroad".) 
Switch tracks. (See the heading "Switch tracks".) 
Track elevation. (See the heading "Track elevation".) 
Union Stock Yard & Transit Co. of Chicago : 

Fire-proof balcony : permission for installation. 

Order, to Bldgs 24yti 

Sewer across property of the company in Sec. 5-38-14. 
(See the ordinance providing for the construction 
of a sewer in Aberdeen st., from W. 47th st. to 
W. 69th St.. etc., noted under the heading "Ab- 
erdeen St.") 
Wabash Railway Co. : 

Crossing at W. 75th st. and S. Western av. : detail of 
a policeman in connection with obstruction of 

traffic by trains. Order, Passed 1389-90 

Track elevation matters. (See under the heading 
"Track elevation".) 
West Pullman & Southern Railway Co. : Claim. Or- 
der, Passed 595 

Railway Ternfinal Commission : 

Abolition of the commission. Come, from the Mayor 

(recommending the abolition of the commission), to 

Py. Terms 1709 

Sundry employes : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed ^93 

Railway Terminals, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Appropriations (annual). See 2214 

Rainbow Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 

Rainbow Garage : Sign. Order, to Local Ind 959 

Passed 1160-1 

Rajko, Mathew : Remodeling of building. Order, Passed 381 
Ramacitti-Trucco Co. : Payment for the removal of debris 
in connection with the improvement of Randolph st. 

Order, Passed 1135 

Randall, Abe : Driveways. Order, Passed 1684 

Randell, Mary A. : Open porch. Order, to Bldgs 918 

Passed 1<J13 

Randolph st. : 

Canopy at s. w. cor. of S. Wabash av. (See under the 

heading "Marshall Field & Co.") 
Lease of space in the street at Lake Michigan. (See un- 
der the heading "Martinek, Frank".) 
Sidewalks, from N. Clinton st. to N. Desplaines st. (both 

sides) . Ordinance, Passed 2080 

Stairway areas and pilasters in sidewalk space, at N. 
Union av. (See under the heading ".Arnold (Adolph) 
estate".) 
Stairways areas and risers in sidewalk space at n. e. cor. 
of N. La Salle st. (See under the heading "Hotel 
Planters Co.") 



Randolph st. : 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Ogden av. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Ogden av. to N. Carpenter st. 

(s. side). Order, Passed 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Ogden av. to N. Morgan st. (n. 

side). Order, Passed 248-50 

Widening, from N. Sangamon st. to Ogden av. : payment 
for removal of debris (W. J. Newman and Ramacitti- 
Trucco Co.). Order, Passed 1135 

Widening of the street, from N. Sangamon st. to Ogden 
av. : authority for expenditures for alterations in the 
street lighting system incident to the improvement. 

Order, Passed 558 

Randolph, William: Claim. Filed 1458 

Rang (Henry) '& Co. : Claim. Order, Passed 516 

Ransom St.: Vacation of the street. (See under the head- 

ing "Vacations of streets".) 

Ranson, A., Jr. : Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Ranstead Brothers : Sign. Order, Passed 940 

Rapp, Anna E. : Auto shed. Order, to Bldgs 916 

Passed 1013 

Rashkin, Harry L. : Sign. Order, Passed 1469 

Rasmussen, H. : Bid for the purchase of property at the 
s. w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. Marshfield av. 

To Finance 839 

Rejected 1081 

Rathborne, Hair & Ridgeway Co. : 

Lease of space in W. 21st pi. and adjacent alley. (See 
under the heading "Ganger (John A.) & Co.") 

Scale. Order, to Local Ind 1682 

Passed 1871 

Ratner, Morris : Claim. To Finance 2503 

Rattenberg. Edward: Driveway. Order, Passed 1476 

Rausch, Frank : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Ravenswood av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, between Montrose av. and 

Sunnyside av. (e. side) . Order, Passed 162 

Closing of the street to traffic, from Wilson av. to Ainslie 

St. Orders, Passed. 324, 2516 

Lease of space in the street, north of Irving Park boul. 

(See under the heading "Kerwin, Mrs. Mary".) 
Water supply pipe, from Peterson av. to 413 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Ravenswood Hospital Assn.: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Ravenswood National Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Ravitz, Jacob: Maintenance of risers. Order, Passed. . .1037 
Raymond, James R. : Real estate office. Order, Passed.. 150 

Razada Co., Inc. : Claim. Filed 704 

Razos, Kimon : Claim. (See under the heading "Shanklin, 

Robert F.") 
Rea, James: Resignation as Business Agent. Noted.... 109 

Reading (C. E.) & Co.: Lease of space in S. Wabash av. 

and adjacent alleys. (See under the heading "Chicago & 
Riverdale Lumber Co.") 
Reading clerk of the City Council. (For data, if any, see 

under the heading "City Council".) 
Real estate : 

Brokers in real estate. (See under the heading 

"Brokers",) 
Building restrictions, etc. (See the heading "Buildings" 

and the heading "Zoning system".) 
Experts (real estate) employed by the City. (For general 
data, if any, see under the heading "Chicago, City of". 
For experts employed by a particular department or 
bureau, see under the name of such department or 
bureau.) 
Intensity of use of lot areas. (See the various nota- 
tions under the heading "Zoning system".) 
Leases of property by the City. (For data, if any, see 

the heading "City property, leases, etc.") 
Purchases by the City during the Council vacation. Or- 
dinance. Passed 797 

Rents. (For data, if any, see under the heading "Land- 
lords and tenants".) 
Sales of City property. (For data, if any. see the head- 
ing "City property, leases, etc.") 
■ South Shore Park Sub., W. %, S. W. %, Sec. .30-38-15: 
permission to lay drains in the Sub., on payment of 
one fee, etc. Order, Passed 902 



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141 



Reiil estate : 

Subdivision of land for dwelling purposes : direction for 
submission of an ordinance providing for the institu- 
tion of proceedings for water and sewers by sub- 
dividers at the time of filing of plats. Order (re- 
ferred Nov. IG, 1!)21, p. 1284), Filed 751 

Subdivisions of land : protest against a proposed change 
in the method of approval of maps and plats of sub- 
divisions. Resolution (Cook County Real Estate 

Board) ,. to Finance 1874 

To Local Industries 2005 

Filed 2479 

Zoning system. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 
Real Estate Agent, City. (For data, if any, see under "Em- 
ployes" under the heading "City Comptroller".) 
Real Estate Board of Chicago. The : Request for an ap- 

propriation for the publication of building ordinances and 
other related ordinances in a pamphlet. Come, to 

Finance 331 

Filed 1457 

Real Estate Capital Account. (Far data, if any, see "Capital 

accounts" under the heading "Finance".) 
Real estate experts of the City. (For general data, if any, 
see under the heading "Chicago, City of". For experts 
employed in a particular department or bureau, see under 
the name of any such department or bureau.) 
Reale, J. Dan: Addition to building. Order, Passed.... 302 

Reardon, 'W. T. : Real estate office. Order, Passed 2510 

Rechs, Albert M. : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Recreation Construction Bond Fund. ( For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 

Reddington, John : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Reding Brothers : Claim. Filed 1458 

Reding & Hauser : Printing of annual examination book for 

the Bureau of Water. Order, Passed 1240 

Redlin, Joseph: Garage. Order, to Bldgs 1227 

Passed 2049 

Reduction plant, municipal. (See "Municipal reduction plant" 

under the heading "Waste Disposal, Bureau of".) 
Reed, Corydon A.: Switch track. (See under the heading 

"Switch tracks".) 

Reedel, Jl. : Claim. Order. Deferred and Pub 24G6 

Reedy Foundry Co. : Vacation of Walton st. and an adja- 
cent alley. (See the notations under "Walton st." under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 
Reese (Michael) Hospital: 

Canopy, steps, etc. Ordinance, to Local Ind 896 

Passed 1161-2 

Acceptance and bond. See 1424 

Pipe and tunnel. Ordinance, to Local Ind 199 

Passed 573-4 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Reese,, Wm.: Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Reeves, Timothy, Jr.: Claim. To Finance 2073 

Refakes, John : Claim. To Finance 2074 

Referendum votes. (For data, if any, see under the heading 

"Elections".) 
Refrigerating engineers. (See under "Examiners of Engineers, 

Board of".) 
Refrigeration systems (ammonia). (See under the heading 

"Buildings".) 
Refuse. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 

Regan, Malachy : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Regnell, B. J. : Claim. Order, Passed 41« 

Regus, Gus : Lunch stand. Order, Passed 2171 

Rehm, John : Sign. Order. Passed 761 

Reichert, Wm. : Occupancy of building. Order, to Bldgs. 2idl 

Reid, Dr. J. G. : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 146 

Passed 433 

Reld, Murdoch & Co.: Canopy. Order, Passed 952 

Reid, Wm. H. : Resignation as Commissioner of Public 

Service. Noted 499-50 

Reldy, Maurice : Claim. To Finance 1959 

Reiley, Thomas: Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Reilly, Edward : Driveways. Order, to Local Ind 1387 

Passed 1460 

Reilly, William E. : Claim. To Finance 2175 

Reinhardt. W. J. : Sign. Order, Passed 955 

Relnke, Edward : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Eelss, William : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Reiter, Daniel I.: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Reiter, John P. : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 



Reitz, George, Bertha and Chester : Acquisition, by the 
City, of rights to certain lands on the shore of Lake 
Calumet. Ordinance, Passed ^31 

Reliance Electric Co. : Electric signal and watch service 
systems, etc. : acceptance and bond (under an ordinance 
passed March 7, 1923) . See 4 

Reliance Elevator Co. : Installation of elevator cable and 
attachment devices in the City Hall building. Come. 

(C. P. W.), to Finance 1877 

Order, Passed 199S 

Reliance State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 

Religious institutions. (For data, if any, see the heading 
"Churches and other religious institutions".) 

Reltig Building Corp. : 

Chutes and openings. Ordinance, to Local Ind 900 

Pas.sf rf 2203-4 

Ventilating system. Order, to Bldgs 294 

Remer's Express & Van Co.: Claim. Filed 1458 

Remi.ins. John : Canopy. (See under the heading "Kobilak, 

Charles".) 

Renda, Anton: Maintonance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. .lO'^d 
Passed 1280 

Renneker (George G.) Co.: Comptroller's and departmental 

estimates for 1924 : authority for printing. Order, 

Passed 18:^3 

Order (adjusting amount of compensation for 
the work). Deferred and Pul), 2466 

Reno^^Ti Pictures, Inc. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Rents. (For data, if any. see under the heading "Landlords 
and tenants".) 

Reo Motor Car Co. of Chicago : 

Driveway. Order. Passed 958 

Payment of bill. Order, Passed 1136 

Repair shops, automobile. (See under the heading "Vehicles 
(motor-driven)".) 

Repair shops, municipal. (For data, if any, see "Shops, mu- 
nicipal" under the heading "Engineering. Bureau of".) 

Repairs and upkeep (City departments). (For items affecting 
the various bureaus and departments, see under the names 
of the respective bureaus and departments.) 

Repka, Benny : Claim. Order, Passed .2454 

Reports of City departments. (For reports of particular 
bureaus and departments, see under the names of such 
bureaus or departments. For general data, if any. see 

under the heading "Chicago, City of".) 

Republic Casualty Co. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Republic Rubber Co., The: Claim. To Finance 839 

Republican Club Property Owners' Welfare Committee, The : 
Request for exclusion of certain territory from the fire- 
limit area. Petition, to Bldgs 837 

Reserve Militia. (For data, if any, see under the heading 
"Illinois. State of".) 

Reshefski. Nathan : Claim. To Finance 903 

Residence districts. (See the heading "Zoning system".) 

Besig'nations : 

Adair, Dr. Sadie Bay : as a member of the Board of Ed- 
ucation. Noted 240-1 

Ames, Carlos : as a member, Civil Service Commission. 

Noted 675-6 

Bostrom, Charles : as Commissioner of Buildings. Noted 675 

Burkhardt, Wm. R. : as Deputy Commissioner of Public 

Works. Noted 13 

Carlson, George E. : as Commissioner of Gas and Elec- 
tricity. Noted 675 

Clark, David W. : as vice-president and member of the 

Board of Local Improvements. Noted 108 

Davis, Edwin S. : as a member of the Board of Education. 

Noted 240-1 

De Forrest, F. Bowden : as a director of the Chicago Mu- 
nicipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. Noted 500 

Doyle, Thomas A. : as a member of the Board of Local 

Improvements. Noted 1328 

Ettelson, Samuel A.: as Corporation Counsel. Noted.. 13 

Faherty. Michael J. : as president and member of the 

Board of Local Improvements. Noted 108 

Flnucane, William S. : as a member of the Board of Local 

Improvements. Noted 108-9 

Fitzmorris. Charles C. : as Supt. of Police. Noted. ... 13 

Francis. Charles R. : as Commissioner of Public Works. 

Noted 12-13 

Francisco. Ferris LeRoy : as the City's representative on 

the Board of Supervising Engineers. Noted. .. .12o7-H 






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Resig'nations : 

Frazler, Charles E. : as President and member of tlie Civil 

Service Commission. Noted 13 

Geary, Joseph P. : as a member of the Civil Service Com- 
mission. Noted 500 

Harding, George F. : as City Comptroller. Noted 12 

Hausman, Louis G. : as a member of the Board of Ex- 
aminers of Stationary Engineers. Noted 833 

Klarkowski, Dr, Boleslaus : as a member of the Board of 

Education. Noted 240-1 

Mantonya, Irene Pease : as a member of the Board of 

Local Improvements. Noted 108^9 

McComb, James J. : as Harbor Master. Noted 109 

Norris, Hugh : as Oil Inspector. Noted 110 

Nye, George B. : as Chief Inspector of Steam Boilers and 

Steam Plants. Noted 109 

Petrie, William W. : as a member of the Board of Exami- 
ners of Plumbers. Noted 832-3 

Pollock, Dr. W. J.: as City Physician. Noted 110 

Rea, James : as Business Agent. Noted 109 

Reid, Wm. H. : as Comr, of Public Service. Wofed. .499-500 

Rowe, Louise Osborne : as Commissioner of Public Welfare. 

Noted 13 

Severinghaus. Albert H. : as a member of the Board of 

Education. Noted 240-1 

Seyferlich. Arthur R. : as Fire Marshal. _ Noted G7") 

Siman, Joseph : as Supt. of the House of Correction. 

Noted 110 

Stocker, Wm. : as Inspector of Weights and Measures. 

Noted 110 

Struwing, Mrs. Pauline : as a member of the Board of 

Education. Noted 240-1 

West, Frank A. : as member, Board of Examiners of Sta- 
tionary Engineers. Noted 585-6 

Withall, Ij^onard : as a member of the Board of Local Im- 
provements. Noted 108-9 

Wittick. Frank A. : as Superintendent, Randolph St. Mar- 
ket. Noted 580 

Zylstra, Age : as City Collector. Noted 109 

Resner, Louis: Alterations in building. Order, Passed.. 540 

Restaurants : 

Bakeries for restaurant purposes in railway terminal sta- 
tions : regulations governing establishment. Ordi- 
nance, Passed 1523-4 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1710 

Repeal of license requirements. Ordinance (see Sec. 

22) , Passed 1405-6 

Restoration of Street Openings Capital Account (Bureau of 

Streets). (For data, if any, see "Capital accounts" under 

the heading "Finance".) 
Resurrection Convent : Sewer and water connections. 

Order, Passed 547 

Retail Clerk's International Protective Assn. : Endorsement 

of request for increases in salary rates of clerks employed 

by the City. Resolution, to Finance 2157 

Rettke, Fred: Claim. Order, Deferred and Pui 2468-9 

Revenue, Commission on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 

Compensation for extra services : authority for payment. 

Order, Passed 1443 

Amended 1747 

Membership of the Commission : designation of the Supt. 
of the Dept. of License as a member. Ordinance, 

Passed 1956 

Revenues and expenditures of the City. (For general data, 

see "Appropriations, revenues, etc." under the heading 

"Finance".) 
Rewards for the capture of criminals. (See under the heading 

"Crimes and criminals".) 

Rex, Frederick : Compensation for extra services. Order, 

Passed 1443 

Amended 1747 

Reynolds, T. A. : Sun parlor. Order, to Bldr/s 1234 

Passed 2049-50 

Rhodes av. : 

Closing of the street to traffic, from E. 70th st. to E. 71st 

St. Order, Passed 1291 

Paving and improving, from E. 100th st. to E. 103rd St. 

(See "Paving and improving, from E. 100th st. to E. 

103rd St., etc." under the heading "St. Lawrence av.") 

Water supply pipes, from E. 84th st. to E. 85th st. (both 

Sides) . Order, Passed 2063 



Rhodes av. : 

Water supply pipe, from E. 85th st. to E. 86th st. (e. 

side) . Order, Passed 2083 

Water supply pipe, from E. 86th st. to 500 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Rhodes, Charles D. : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, 

to Bldgs 1477 

Passed 1764-5 

Ricco, Frank : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Rice, Otto M. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 
Rice St. : Switch track across the street, at N. Kenton av. 

(See under "Chicago Wood & Coal Co." under the heading 
"Switch tracks".) 

Rich Tool Co.: Claim. To Finance ,. 970 

Richards, James : Additions to buildings. Order, to 

Bldgs 161 

Passed 746-7 

Richardson, E. J. : Claim. To Finance 2013 

Richberg. Donald R. : Proceedings before the courts and be- 
fore the State Public Utilities Commission in reference to 
gas rates. (See the various items concerning gas rates, 
noted under the heading- "Gas and gas appliances".) 
Rlchelsen, H. P. : Contract for removal of ashes and rub- 
bish from the Harrison St. Pumping Station. Order, 

Passed 1868 

Am-ended 1999 

RIchert, John A. : Contest of the election of Timothy A. 
Hogan as Alderman of the 11th Ward. (See under "Elec- 
tion contests" under the heading "City Council".) 
Richman, S. J. : Remodeling of building. Order, to Bldgs. 552 

Passed 747 

Richmond st. : 

Paving and improving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st., 
etc. (system) (including sewer connections in Albany 
av., W. 52nd st. and W. 54th St.). Recom., Est. 

and Ordinance, Pm6. and to Local Ind 1915-2.i 

Ordinance, Passed 2149 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Richter, Henry E. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 403 

Passed 656 

Rick, Cbarles 6. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Ricker, Harry C. : Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Ricketts and Bartlett Range Co.: Sign. Order, Passed.. 405 

Ridge Activities Assn. at Ridge Park : Closing of Longwood 

drive to traffic. Order, Passed 543 

Ridge av. : 

"Through traffic street", from Devon av. to Broadway. 

Ordinance, to Local Trans 163 

Subst. Ordinance, Passed 798 

Second Ordinance, Passed 1669 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1784 

Widening of the street, from N. Clark st. to Peterson av. 
(This is a part of the project for the improvement 
of Peterson av. For data, see the notations under 
the heading "Peterson av.") 
Ridgecroft Real Estate Trust, Trustees of : Vault and load- 
ing platform. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1020 

Ridgeland av. : 

Name for MacFarlane av. (See under the heading 

"Street nomenclature"'.) 
Paving, from Anthony av. to E. 83rd st. (See "Paving, 
from Stony Island av. to JefEery av., etc." under the 
heading "Anthony av.") 

Ridges, Hugh : Claim. To Finance - 391 

Ridgeway av. : 

Building at s. w. cor. of Belmont av. : stoppage of con- 
struction work. Order, to Bldgs 942 

Repair of the roadway, from W. Chicago av. to W. North 

av. Order, to Finance 312 

Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Ridgewood: ct. : Closing of the street to traffic, between B. 

54th St. and B. 56th st. Order, Passed 381-2 

Riding Club of Chicago, The : Construction of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1882 

Passed 2150 

Rienzi Garage : Driveway. Order, Passed 954 

Rifkind, Phillip : Sign. Order, Passed 2491 

Riha, George : Driveway. Order, Passed 306 

Riha, Louis : Claim. To Finance 1475 



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Rlley, James J. : Claim. Filed 1458 

Klley, Robert : Maintenance of auto-shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 1036 

Filed 1286 

Rlnella, Antonia W. : Claim. To Finance 1^97 

Ring, Karl : Driveways. Order, Passed 897 

Riiisj- Tins Candy Shop: Claim. To Finance 2013 

Ringer & Wilhartz : 

Telephone-rate litigation: repeal of an ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate of eompen.sation as special 

counsel. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 35.J-6 

Traction litigation : repeal ot an ordinance, passed May 3. 
1920. fixing rate of compensation as special counsel. 

Ordinance, to Finance :.;4ti-7 

Passed <^oo 

Ringley (Fred J.) Co.. The: 

Abstract of traffic regulations: authority for printing. 

Orders, Passed I."i31. 2141 

Annual report of the Dept. of Law : contract for printing. 

Order, Pasucd 2518 

Dockets : sale to the City. Order, Passed 1309 

Harbor prints : appropriation for payment for the worlx in 
connection with the Lake Calumet harbor develop- 
ment. See 2214 

Jury calendars : sale to the City. Order, Passed 2032 

Report books : sale to the City. Order, Passed 79ij 

Ringwald, B. R. : Driveways. Orders. Passed 464, 464-5 

Riordan, Rev. D. II. : Addition to building. Order, to 

Bldgs 918 

Passed 1013-14 

Riordan, John : 

Claim, To Finance 1853 

Refund of overcharge on electric meter test deposit. 

Order. Passed 1920 

Risers (steps) in sidewalk space. (See under the respective 
streets and alleys, and under the names of particular indi- 
viduals, etc. For general data, if any, see under "Oc- 
cupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the 
heading "Streets".) 

Ritter Brick Co.: Driveways. Orders. Passed 1228, 1473 

River Forest, Village of : Water supply from mains of the 
City of Chicago. Come. (Village Attorney), to Finance 

1078 

Order, Parsed 2517 

River Grove, Village of : Water supply from mains of the 
City of Chicago. Come. (Attorney for the Village), to 

Finance 838 

Order, Passed 1306-7 

River Improvement Refunding Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the beading 
"Finance".) 
River st. : 

Widening of the street, from X. Wabash av. to N. Micbl- 
gan av. (This is part of tbe project for the widening 
and improvement of South Water st. For data, 

see the notations under the heading "South Water 

St.") 

Rivers and Harbors Benevolent Assn. : 

Request for an increase in the salary rates of harbor po- 
lice. Petition, to Finance 632 

Request for salary increases for dredge inspectors, harbor 
police and bridge telephone operators. Come, (re- 
ferred Feb. 4, 1921, p. 1753), Filed 370-1 

Bivers and Harliors, Bureau of: 

Appropriations (annual). Se? 2306-7 

Appropriations (annual). Certain Items, Vetoed 2393 

Certain Items, Amended 2537 

Dredge inspectors, harbor police and bridge telephone 
operators : In the matter of salary increases. Come, 
from the Rivers and Harbors Benevolent Assn. of Chi- 
cago (referred Feb. 4, 1921, p. 1753), Filed 370-1 

Employes : 

Clerk (junior) : authority for employment in lieu of 

a junior stenographer. Ordinance, Possed. .1068-9 

Harbor police : increase in salary rates. Petition 
(Rivers and Harbors Benevolent Assn.), to 

Finance 632 

Messenger : authority for employment. Order, 

Passed 794 

Vessel dispatcher: appropriation for salary. (See the 
appropriations for the Bureau of Rivers and Har- 
bors, noted above.) 



Bivers and Harbors, Bureau of: 

Employes : 

Vessel dispatchers, assistant : appropriations for sala- 
ries. (See the Appropriations for the Bureau 
of Rivers and Harbors, noted above.) 
Equipment : 

Harbor boat No. 4: authority for repairs (Carl An- 
derson Co.). Order, Passed 1071 

Harbor tug No. 4 : authority for repair (Great Lakes 

Dredge & Dock Co.). Order, Passed 2198-9 

Launch "Illinois" : authority for repair (Abe Burrell 

& Co.). Order, Passed 6(>3 

Harbor Master : compensation for use of personally- 
owned automobile. Order, Passed 487 

Transfers of funds. (See under the heading "Transfers 
of funds".) 

Roach. John: Claims. Orders, Passed ."')56-7, 2456 

Robbery. (Sec under the heading "Crimes and criminals".) 

Robl)in, S. : Driveway. Order, Passed 2022 

Roberts. Daniel A. : 

Telephone-rate litigation : repeal of an ordinance, passed 
May 3, 1920, fixing rate of compensation as special 

counsel. Ordinance, to Finance 246-7 

Passed 353-6 

Traction litigation : repeal of an ordinance, passed May 3, 
1020, fixing rate of compensation as special counsel. 

Ordinance, to Finance^ 246-7 

Passed 355 

Robert's Express and Van Co. : Driveways. Order, 

Passed 1228 

Robertson, A. C. : Completion of alterations in building. 

Order, to Jildgs 1057 

Passed 1374 

Roberston Bros. Mfg. Co. : Sale of corrugated iron to the 

City. Order, Passed 262 

Robertson, Robert : Claim. To Finance 1959 

Robey st. : 

Athletic field at W. 59th st. (See under "Athletic field.s, 
municipal" under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds 
and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Fire hydrants in the vicinity of No. 2701 S. : direction for 

Installation. Order. Passed 1475 

Nuisance at No. 3733 N. : direction for abatement. Or- 
der, Passed 779 

Opening of the street from Fullerton av. to Diversey boul. 
and payment of cost from bond issue proceeds. Or- 
der, to Local Ind 1862 

Opening of the street, from Fullerton av. to Diversey 
boul. : direction for submission of an estimate of 

cost. Resolution, Adopted 1235-6 

Sidewalk, from W, 96th st. to W. 99th st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 2176 

Sidewalk, from W. 99th st. to W. 101st st. (e. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1036-7 

Street railway matters. (See under tbe heading "Street 

railways".) 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Home av. Or- 
der, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe : direction for extension to supply 

premises No. 2701 S. Order, Passed 1475 

Water supply pipe, from Home av. to 216 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from 1741 ft. south of Blue Island 

av. to 200 ft. southward. Order, Passed 2406 

Widening and extension of the street from Montrose av. 
to W. 87th st. (including the widening and extension 
of Beverly av.) : 

Appropriations for engineering and other serv- 
ices. See 2318-20, 2326-8 

Certain Items, Vetoed 2395 

Certain Items, Amended 2537-8 

Bond-issue proceeds. (For data, if any. see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous" under the 
heading "Finance".) 
Experts, special counsel, etc. : authority for em- 
ployment, payment of bills, etc. (See the 
various notations under "Employes" under 
the heading "Local Improvements, Board 
of".) 
Legal proceedings and sale of bonds for the im- 
provement : direction for temporary suspen- 
sion. Order, to Finance 759 



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Eobey Street Street-Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, if 
any, see "Special funds, miscellaneous'' under tbe heading 
"Finance".) 

Robie, P. E. : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Robin, Mitchell C. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Robinson, Pearl : Claim. Order, Passed 418 

Amended 113(i-7 

RochofC (H.) & Sons : Sign. Order, to G., 0. d E. L. . . .1959 

Deferred and Pui '2070 

Rock, P. W. : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to Bldgs. .9Sl-'2 

Passed 1107 

Rockwell St. : 

Sewer, from Lunt av. to Estes av. Ordinance, Passed 324 
Sidewalk, from W. 111th St. to W. 115th St. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed . 2176 

Street lights. (See under the heading "Street lights".) 
Water supply pipe, from Fargo av. to 279 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from North Shore av. to Pratt av. 

Order, Paiscd 248-50 

Water supply pipe, from Pratt av. to Lunt av. Order, 

Passed 248-50 

Rocky Ledge Beach. (See under 'Bathing beaches, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Rodewald, Gus : Construction of sidewalk. Order, 

Passed 944 

' Vetoed and Filed 966-7 

Roeder, Prank P. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Roesch and Samuelson : Driveways. Order, Passed 1398 

Rogers av. : 

Cleaning of the street and construction of a wooden stair- 
way at Lake Michigan : recommendation for the work 
so as to make the waters of the shore acces'sible to 
bathers. (See the report of the Com. on Local In- 
dustries, etc., noted under "Lake Michigan" under the 
heading "Streets".) 
Name (new) for the street. (See under the heading 

"Street nomenclature".) 
Water supply pipe, from N. Robey st. to N. Clark st. 

Order, Passed -.248-50 

Rogers, Bertha : Claim. Filed 1458 

Rogers, Michael: Claim. Order, Passed 1140 

Rogers, M. H. : Claim. To Finance 1524 

Rogers Park Beach. (See under "Bathing beaches, municipal" 
under the heading "Parks, Playgrounds and Bathing 
Beaches, Bureau of".) 
Rogers Park Sand & Gravel Co.: Claim. To Finance... 478 

Rogers Park Trust & Savings Bank : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Rogers Park Woman's Club : Request for use of the House 
of Correction hospital for the treatment of drug addicts. 

Come, to Health 1888 

Rogers Theatre Co. : Canopy. Order, Passed 1326 

Rohde, Frank E. : Claims. Filed 371-2, 2469 

Rohner, J. D. : Driveways. Order, to Local Inil 1044 

Passed) 1095-6 

Roles, Theresa: Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 1222 

Passed 1374 

Rollins (Charles E.), Jr.: Canopy. (See under the head- 
ing "Scbuttler, Walter".) 
Rolson, James : Purchase of life preservers by the City to 

replace preservers borrowed from the tug "Carter H. 

Harrison". Order, Passed 785 

Romanoff, Harry J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 927 

Romenofsky, William : Driveway. Order, Passed 771 

Roney, Sam : Driveway. Order, Passed 534-5 

Order, to Local Ind 1221 

Passed 1270 

Roofing materials. (See the heading "Paving and roofing ma- 
terials".) 
Rooming houses. (See the heading "Hotels, etc.") 

Roos Restaurant Co. : Claim. To Finance 2126 

Roosevelt road : 

Bridge across the Chicago River. (See under "Bridges and 
viaducts" under the heading "Engineering, Bureau 
of".) 



Roosevelt road : 

Canopy at Nos. 1611-13 W. (See under the heading 

"Marshfleld Amusement Co.") 
Canopy at No. 3514 W. (See under the heading "Douglas 

Bath Co.") 
Pilling station at n. w. cor. of Throop st. : protest against 

operation. Petition, to O., O. & E. L 1425 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of Nos. 3241 

W., .3411 W. and 3535 W. Ordinance, Passed 1880 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1974-5 

Premises No. 3719 W. : claim of owner. To Finance. . 185S 
Shed in sidewalk space at No. 3951 W. : direction for re- 
moval. Order, Passed 1681 

Street railway matters. (See under the heading "Street 

railways".) 
Viaduct. (See under "Bridges and viaducts" under the 

heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Water meter at No. 3719 W. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 472 

Water meters at Nos. 2838 and 2902 W. : direction for 

withholding installation. Order, to Finance 1040 

Water supply pipe, from 9 ft. west of S. Wabash av. to 

213 ft. west thereof. Order, Passed 850-3 

Roosevelt Road Improvement Bond Fund. (For data, if any, 
see "Special funds, miscellaneous" under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Roosevelt Road Viaduct Bond Fund. (For data, if any, see 
"Special funds, miscellaneous under the heading 
"Finance".) 
Roosevelt State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See under 

the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Root St. : Sidewalk, from Emerald av. to S. Halsted st. 

(s. side). Ordinance, Passed J...2496 

Rope (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers and 

junk".) 
Ropes (power) across streets and alleys. (See under the re- 
spective streets and alleys, and under the names of par- 
ticular individuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, see 
under "Occupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." 
under the heading "Streets".) 
Roscoe St. : 

"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 1151 

(American Colortype Co.). Ordinance, Passed. .. .21ii8 

Report of newspaper publfcation. See 2401 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Central av. (See 
the notations under "Paving and improving, from W. 
Grand av. to Lawrence av." under the heading "Cen- 
tral av.") 
Water supply pipe, from 300 ft. east of N. Mobile av. 

to 248 ft. west of N. Melvina av. Order, Passed. .850-3 
Water supply pipe, from 355 ft. east of N. Mobile av. 

to 193 ft, west of N. Melvina av. Order, Passed. .1562 

Water supply pipe, from N. Neenah av. to the C, M. & 

St. P. R. R. Order, Passed 248-50 

Rose, Harry: Sign. Order, Passed 1294 

Rose, James D. : Driveway. Order, Passed 1239 

Rose Packing Co. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Rosedale av. : 

Roadway width established, from Milwaukee av. to N. 

Nagle av. Ordinance, to Local Ind 1864 

Recommitted 2522-3 

Water supply pipe, from Milwaukee av. to N. Melvina av. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Roseland Community Hospital : Free permits for erection 

of building. Order, Passed 384-5 

Roseland Pumping Station. (See under "Pumping stations" 

under the heading "Engineering, Bureau of".) 
Roseland State Savings Bank, The : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Rosemont av. Cleaning of the street at Lake Michigan : 
recommendation for the work so as to make the waters 
of the shore accessible to bathers. (See the report 
of the Com. on Local Industries, etc., noted under "Lake 
Michigan" under the heading "Streets".) 

Rosen, George : Driveways. Order, Passed 958 

Rosen, John J.: Claim. To Finance .....1484 

Rosen, Samuel : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Rosen, Simon : Driveways. Order, Passed 959 

Rosenberg, Benjamin : Driveways. Amendatory Order, 

Passed 1383 

Rosenberg, F. : Claim. Order, Passed 1312 



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145 



Rosenbluth, Louis : Di-ivewnys. Order, Passed Ui!-1 

Rosenfeld, Mrs. D. : Maintenance and occupancy of build- 
ing. Order, to Bldijs '2i:i2 

Deferred and Pub ^483 

Rosenheim, David : Canopy (permission to David Rosenheim 

and Samuel J. Feinberg). Order, Passed SIKS 

Rosevelt, Joe : Shelter shod. Order, to Bldgs 1390 

Passed 1703 

Ross, Emma: Addition to building. Order, to Bhlf/s.. . 90.") 

Passed 1014 

Rost, F. H. : Auto-shed. Order, Passed :i499 

Rotary Oil Burner Corp.: Claim. Filed 371-2 

Roth Incorporated : Loading platform : acceptance and bond 

(under an ordinance passed March 2ti, 11)23). See... 112 

Roth, J. : Occupancy of rooms in a store. Order, to 

BMgs 1052 

Rotheiser, Frank G. : Driveways (permission to Frank O. 

Rotheiser and Jack Sharf). Order, Passed in.jS 

Rothschild & Co. : Cancellation of sundry w.irrants for 

collection. Order, Passed 1834 

Rothschild, Leah B. : Canapy. Order, Passed 1881 

Rothschild. Maurice M, : Canopy. Order, Passed 123H 

Roundy, F. E. : Claim. Ordinance, Passed 13.50-1 

Rowe, Louise Osborne : Resignation as Commissioner of 

Public Welfare. Noted 13 

Rowley, .Tames J,: Claim. To Finance 1401 

Roxana Petroleum Corp. : 

Driveways. Orders, to Local 7«^.102(i. 103(1, 1223. 1526, 2173 

Orders. Passed 1090-7. 1459-GO, 17.">7-S, 1524 

Gasoline tanks. Order, to O., 0. <i E. L 1125 

Passed 1697 

Steel building. Order, to Bldgs 1959 

Filed 2011 

Royal Mercantile Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 2454 

Rozhan, A.: Completion of building. Order, to JS^ffr/s. . 2192 

Rubber (waste), dealers in. (See the heading "Junk dealers 

and junk".) 
Rubbi.sh. (See the heading "Garbage and waste".) 
Rubenstein. R. : Maintenance of shed. Order, to Bldgs. . 1041 

Passed 1373-4 

Rubin, J. : Driveways. Order, Passed 1478 

RuWn, Samuel: Sign. Order, Passed 1684 

'"'■l^inoff. Abe: Sign. Order, Passed 1865 

Rudnicki. J. J.: Vacation of Henderson st. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Rudolph. Edward J.: Claim. Order. Passed 2456 

Rudolph, Mary: Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Rudolph. Wm. : Claim. To Finance 903 

Ruff. FvtHl : Vacation of an alley in Wm. H. Britigan's 

Itesnb. (Sen under the heading "Vacation of alleys".) 

Ruggio. Michael: Claim. To Finance 1743 

Ruhnke. Frank : Claim. To Finance 1671 

Rules of the road. (See the heading "Traffic regulations".) 

Rummler. Eugene A. : In the matter of the approval of 

the Mayor's appointments to membership on the Board 

of Appeals under the "Zoning ordinance". Come., 

Filed 677 

Runways across streets and alleys. (See under the respective 
streets and alleys, and under the names of particular in- 
dividuals, etc. For miscellaneous data, see under "Oc- 
cupation of streets, alleys, sidewalks, etc." under the head- 
ing "Streets".) 

Rusetos, P. : Driveways. Order, Passed 156 

Rush St. : 

Loading platform, at Nos. 411-17. (See under the bead- 
ing "Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co.. The".) 
"Parking" of vehicles prohibited in front of No. 844. 

Ordinance, Passed 2185 

Pipes under and across the street, at E. North Water 
St. (See under the heading "Monarch Refrigerating 
Co.") 

Russell & Roberts : Sign. Order, Passed 1229 

Ruth, John : Claim. Filed 1458 

Rutherford av. : 

Water supply pipe, from .\ddison st. to Cornelia av. 

Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from 358 ft. north of Archer av. to 

204 ft. northward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Rutherford. Kathryn H. : Request for the appointment of 
a public defender for tlie purpose of curbing vice. 

Come, (referred Jan. 17, 1923, p. 1637), Filed 140-1 

Rutland-Lake Michigan Transit Co. : Claim. To Finance.l38:i 

Ryan, C. : Claim. To Finance 1033 

Ryan, Edward M. : Claims. Orders, Passed. .. .556-7, 1133-4 



Ryan, J. A. : 

Sewer connections. Order, Passed 1127 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 1128 

Ryan, James H. : Driveways. Order, Passed 150 

Ryan, James H. and Mary : Vacation of W. 73rd pi. and 

an adjacent alley. (See under the heading "Vacations of 
streets".) 

Ryan. Patrick F. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Contest of election as Alderman of the 18th Ward. (See 
under "Election contests" under the heading "City 
Council".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 2-3 

Ryan, Wm. P.: Death. (See under the heading "Deaths".) 

Ryliski, I,eroy H. : Gasoline tanks. Order, Passea 2179 

Rydell, John : Sign. Order, Passed 1224 

Rydzewski. Frank X. : 

.Vppointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and bond 
issues".) 

Ryerson (Joseph T.) & Son: 

Driveways. Orders, Passed 151, 153, 395, 524-5 

Power punch and shear : sale to the City. Order, 

Passed 1534-5 

Re-enforcing bars: sale to the City. Order, Passed. .. .'202i) 

Ryerson. Martin A.: Vault. Ordinance, to Local Ind... 199 

Passed 576-8 

Acceptance and bond. See 835 

Rylski. Leo : Driveways. Order. Passed 2132-3 



S. & L. Motor Co. : 

Ford automobiles : sale to the City. Order, Recom- 
mitted to Finance 979 

Passed 1083-4 

Amended 1304-5 

Second and Third Orders, Passed 1527, 1535 

Ford truck chassis: sale to the City. Order, Passed. . .Xlil 

Lincoln automobiles : sale to the City. Orders, 

Passed 360, 1066 

S. &. S. Bag & Burlap Co. : Driveway. Order, Passed. . 931 

Sabath. A. J.: Claim. To Finance 2500 

Sachs. Harris : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Sacks. Sam : Claim. Order, Passed 2453 

Sacramento av. : 

Paving and improving, from Montrose av. to Lawrence 

av., etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2510 

Paving, and improving, from W. 51st st. to W. 55th st. 

(See "Paving and improving, from W. 51st st. to W. 

55th St., etc." under the heading "Richmond st.") 

"Through traffic street", from Palmer square to Logan 

boul. Ordinance, to Efflciency 1237 

Water supply pipe, from W. 55th st. to 24 ft. north- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Sadowski, Helena : Vacation of alleys in Cremin and Bren- 
an's Fair View Park Sub. (See under the heading "Va- 
cations of alleys".) 
Safety Commission : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointments".) 
Appointment of the commission to study causes arising 
out of the use of motor vehicles and to recommend 
measures for lessening. Order (directing appoint- 
ment). Passed 145-6 

Comn. appointed. See 243-4, 329-30 

Report (of findings, recommendations and ac- 
tivities), Pui. and Filed 967-9 

Come, (designating Dee. 2, 1923, as "Safety 

Sunday"), Ptii. and Filed 1172 

Report (recommending the creation of a Bureau 
of Accident Prevention and Public Safety and sub- 
mitting a budget for maintenance), to Finance . . . .1506-7 

Appropriation (annual). See 2216 

Appropriation (proposed) for the commission : protest 
against an appropriation. Come. (A. O. Fisher), 

to Finance 1560 

"Safety islands" in streets. (For general data, if any, see 
under the heading "Traffic regulations". For "safety 
islands" at particular locations, see under the names of 
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Safety zones. (For general data, if any, see under the head- 
ing "Traffic regulations". For zones in particular streets, 
see under the names of the respective streets.) 
Saf Strom Mfg. Co.: Driveways. Order, to Local /nd. ..1671 

Passed 1871-2 

Saginaw av. : 

Opening of the street, across the B., P. & C. R. R. south 

of E. 81st St. Order, to B. L. 1 1024 

Sewer, from E. 130th st. to E. 128th st. Ordinance, 

Passed 623 

Water supply pipe, from E. 91st st. to E. 92nd st. 

Order, Passed 1341-2 

Saiger, Frank: Driveway. Order, Passed 1052 

St. Adalbert's Parish : 

Closing of W. 16th st. to traffic. Order, Passed 924 

Street carnival. Order, Passed 630 

St. Ann's Church and School : 

Closing of W. 18th pi. and S. Leavitt st. to traffic. 

Orders, Passed 923 

Free permit for sewer connections. Order, Passed .... 151 

Tapping of water supply pipe. Order, Passed 394 

St. Anne's Hospital : 

Closing of N. Lamon av. to traffic. Order, Passed .... 636 

Installation of water service pipe. Order, Passed.... 158 
St. Anthony ct. : 

Paving and improving, from 363 ft. north of Devon av. 
to 132 ft. north of Arthur av. (See "Paving and 
improving, from N. Robey st. to N. Western av., 
etc." under the heading "Arthur av.") 
Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Arthur av. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from N. 
Robey st. to N. Western av., etc." under the heading 
"Arthur av.") 
St. Anthony's Hospital : Decrease of water rates and free 

use of City water. Order, Passed 1857-8 

St. Benedict's IFome for the Aged : Issuance of free license. 

Order. Passed 924 

St. Bernard's Catholic Rectory : Water service pipe. 

Order, Passed 915 

St. Bernard's Hospital : Decrease of water rates and free 

Use of City water. Order, Passed 1674-5 

St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church : Free permit for 

water service pipe. Order, Passed 1120 

St. Casimer's Church : Free permits for erection of build- 
ing. Order, Passed 471 

St. Catherine's Church : 

Free permits for erection of church building. Orders, 

Passed 1292, 1385 

Water service pipe. Order, Passed 1225 

St. Catherine's High School : Free permits for erection of 

school building. Order, Passed 2134 

St. Clare of Montefalco Church and School : 

Free permits for erection of school building. Order, 

Passed 204 

Free permits for installation of sewer and water ser- 
vice pipe. Order, Passed 1954 

St. Columbanus' Roman Catholic Church : Free permits for 

erection of church building. Order, Passed 760 

St. Dorothy's Convent : 

Free permits for erection of convent building. Orders, 

Passed 904 

Water service pipe. Order, Passed 1384 

St. Felicita's Church and School : 

Free permits for erection of church and school build- 
ings. Order, Passed 1025 

Water service pipe, and free use of City water. Or- 
der, Passed 1470 

St. Finbarr's Church : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 1530 

St. Francis De Paula Church and School : 

Free permits for erection of school building. Order, 

Passed 1735 

Water service pipe. Order, Passed 1471 

St. Francis of Milwaukee, Wis., The School Sister of : Va- 
cation of part of an alley in Mason's Sub. (See under 
the heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
St. Francis Xavier's Academy : 

Cancellation of warrant for collection. Order, Passed.. 644 

Free permits for erection of building. Order, .passed. .1025 

Water supply pipe. Order, Passed 1025 

St. Gall's R. C. Church : Installation of a ventilating sys- 
tem. Orders, Passed 2016, 2496 



St. Genevieve's Church and School : 

Church building : free permits for erection. Order, 

Passed 1126 

School building : free permits for erection. Order, 

Passed 2135 

Water service pipe and sewer connection : installation. 

Order, Passed 2181 

St. Germain, I'aul C. : Claims. Orders, Possed. 1133-4, 1444-5 
St. James Roman Catholic Church : Free permits for erec- 
tion of a school building. Order, Passed 941 

St. Joseph's Home for the Friendless : Water service pipe 

and free use of City water. Order, Passed 12i!2 

St. Joseph's Parish : Free permits for erection of building. 

Order, Passed 297 

St. Ladislaus' Church : Free permits for addition to school 

building. Order, Pcissed 1742 

St. Lawrence av. : 

Paving and improving, from E. 100th st. to B. 103rd 
St., etc. (system) (including sewer connections in 
E. 100th St. and E. 102nd st). Recom., Est. and 

Ordinance, Pub. and to Local Ind 1820-7 

Ordinance, Passed 2007 

Subway under railroad tracks. (See under the heading 
"Subways, railroad".) 
St. Lawrence Church : Free permits for erection of school 

building. Order, Passed 1952 

St. Lawrence School : Installation of water service pipe. 

Order, Passed ' 1952 

St. Louis av. : 

Paving and improving, from Augusta st. to Thomas st. 

Ordinance, Passed 2505 

Sidewalk, from Waveland av. to Addison st. (w. side). 

Ordinance, Passed 1961 

Water meter at Nos. 1305-09 S. : removal. Order, 

Passed 595-6 

Motion to reconsider. Lost 813 

Water supply pipe, from Balmoral av. to 140 ft. north 

thereof. Order, Passed 1177-8 

Water supply pipe, from W. 38th st. to W. 39th st. 

Order, Passed 248-50 

Widening of the street, from Fifth av. to W. Harrison st. 

Order, to B. L. 1 397 

St. Margaret's Church : Free permits for church building. 

Order, Passed 543 

St. Mark's Evangelical Church : Free permits for erection 

of church building. Order, Passed 2127-8 

St. Martini's Church : Maintenance of ventilating system. 

Order, to Bldgs 1954 

Passed 2092-3 

St. Martini's School : Free permits for erection of school 

building. Order, Passed 1736-7 

St. Mary's High School : Cancellation of warrants for col- 
lection. Order, Passed 644 

St. Mary's of Nazareth Hospital : Decrease of water rates 

and free use of City water. Ordinance, Passed 1686 

St. Michael's Church : Closing of S. Oakley av. to traffic. 

Order, Passed 394 

St. Michael's School : Water service pipe and free use of 

water. Order, Passed 383 

St. Pascal's Church : Free permits for erection of church 

building. Order, Passed 2135-6 

St. Pnnl's Evangelical Lutheran Church : Free permit for 

addition to building. Order, Passed 537 

St. Pere, Joseph: Claim. Order, Passed 983 

St. Philip Neri Church : Water service pipe and free use 

of water. Order, Passed 383 

St. Rita's Church : Free permits for sewer connections. 

Order, Passed 204 

St. Timothy's Evangelical Church : Use of ordinary frames, 

etc., in church building. Order, Passed 1046 

St. Vincent's Infant Asylum : Cancellation of warrant for 

collection. Order, Passed 644 

St. Vitus Parish : Maintenance of assembly hall. Order, 

Passed 1038 

St. Wenceslaus Church : 

Free permits for erection of convent building. Order, 

Passed 1046 

Water service pipe. Order, Passed 1300 

SS. Marie Carmen Society : Festoons of electric lights. 

Order, Passed 766 

Salaries and wages of City employes. (For data, if any, see 

under the heading "City employes".) 



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Salem Free Church : Use of art glass and wooden frames 

in building. Order, to Bldgs S^'ll 

Passed l"l-t 

Salerno, J. : Claim. Order, Passed 5"Jo 

Salesrooms, automobile. (See under the heading "Vehicles 

(motor-driven)".) 
Salinger, Louis and Rose: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldffs.. 035 

Passed '^'^'^ 

Salvaggl, Charles : Claim. Filed 1458 

Salvation Army, The : 

Cancellation of warrant for collection. Order, to 

Finance 383-4 

Passed -, •• ■ 14^7 

Erection of booths, etc., on public streets. Order, to 

Local Ind 143 

To Finance 278 

Filed 322 

Permission for use of streets for solicitation of funds, 

etc. Order. Passed 89-t 

Sign (roof) . Order, to Bldgs 2128 

Tag day. (See under the heading "Tag days".) 
Sammons, W. W. : Vacation o«» S. Fairfield av., S. Cali- 
fornia av., W. 108th St. aad W. 109th st. (See the no- 
tations under "Fairfield av." under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Sammores, Frank : Maintenance and occupancy of building. 

Order, to Bldgs 910 

Passed 1014 

Sampson Electric Co. : Sign. Order, Passed 535 

Sampson. Mary V. : Maintenance and occupancy of build- 
ing. Order, to Bldgs 1688-9 

Passed 1"^2 

Samson, Morris : Driveway. Order, Passed !'40 

Samuel, C. : Claim. Filed 371-2 

Sandahl, Abel P. M. : Vault. Ordinance, to Local Ind. . 95(i 

Passed 1162-3 

Sandberg, John W. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Sanford, J. W. : Claim. To Finance 2490 

Sanford-Riley Stokes Co. : Rebuilding of stokers for the 

City. Order, Passed 1132 

San Francisco De Paoli Society : Street carnival. Order, 

Passed 539 

Sangamon st. : 

Loading platform at No. 1451 S. (See under the head- 
ing "Gumbinsky Brothers".) 
Resurfacing of the roadway, from W. 79th st. to W. 83rd 

St. Order, to Finance 303 

Sanitary District of Cblcag'o, The: 

Diversion of water through the Main Channel of the 
Sanitary District Canal : request for Congressional 
legislation to permit an increased diversion. Reso- 
lution, Adopted 1880-1 

Lake Calumet : request for submission of an ordinance 
empowering the District to proceed with the construc- 
tion of a harbor. Resolution (South Shore Wom- 
an's Club) , to Hariors 244 

Street lighting : increase in the rate for electrical energy 
for the purpose. Come. (Comr. of Gas and Elec), 

Pub. and to Finance 1431-2 

Sanitary Inspection, Bureau of. (For data, if any, see the 

heading "Health, Department of".) 
Sankstone, S. R. : Bid for the purchase of property at 
the s. w. cor. of Diversey parkway and N. Marshfield av. 

To Finance 839 

Rejected lusi 

Santa Maria Addolorata Church : Street carnival. Or- 
der. Passed 634 

Snntnrspci, Vincenzo : Claim. To Finance 1678 

Sappanos, Louis : Construction of building. Order, to 

Bldgs 1239 

Pa.ised 1374 

Sarantopoulas Bros. : Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Order, Passed 679-80 

Saunders, Dr. H. ; Maintenance of shed. Order, to 

Bldgs 2515 

Sauve, Eli : Claim. Order, Passed 1407 

Savitzky, Victor : Sign. Order, Passed '933 

Sawusch, Herman : Addition to, and alterations in, build- 
ing. Order, to Bldgs 310 

Passed 495 

Sawyer av. : 

Opening of the street, from Diversey av. to Milwaukee 

av. Order, to B. L. I 1961 



Sawyer av. : 

Water meter at No. 1430 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 307 

Water meter at No. 1438 S. : removal. Order, to 

Finance ^^7 

Water meter at Nos. 1610-12 N. : removal. Order, to 

Finance 1^^ 

Water service pipes, between Catalpa av. and Foster av. 

Order, Passed 2082 

Sawyer Biscuit Co. : Bridge (covered passageway) and tun- 
nel : acceptance and bond (under an ordinance passed 

March 14, 1923). See 4 

Sayre av. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in Addison st. (See 
the notations under "Paving, from N. Natoma av. 
to N. Harlem av." under the heading "Addison st.") 
Water supply pipe, from Barry av. to Belmont av. Or- 
der. Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from W. S'^Sth st. to 270 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Scales in the roadways of streets and alleys : 

(For scales at particular locations, sec under the 
respectire streets and alleys, and under the names 
of particular individuals, etc.) 
Permits to be issued by the Comr. of Compensation ; 
bonds required to be filed with the Comr. of Public 
Works ; special deposits required ; regulations gov- 
erning assignments, revocation and renewal of per- 
mits changed. Ordinance, Passed 1425-30" 

(Journal corrected, pp. 1551-2.) 

Report of newspaper publication. See 1559 

Scanlon, John M. : Claim. Order, Passed 1133-4 

Schaedel, Mrs. C. : Driveways. Orders, Passed ..2134,2180 

SchaeCfer, Morris : Claim. To Finance 903 

SchaefiEner, Cliarles : Driveway. Order, Passed 1288 

Schafer, E. A. : Claim. To Finance 1853 

Scljaffer, Frank C. : Claim. Filed 702-4 

SchafCer, Ida: Shed. Order, to Bldgs 399 

Filed 749-50 

Schaffer, J. D. : Driveway. Order, Passed 535 

Schaper, Mrs. : Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 956-7 

Passed 1107-8 

Schavoni, Herman : Maintenance of auto repair shop. 

Order, Passed 2017 

Schecht. Louis : Maintenance of, addition to building. 

Order, to Bldgs 305 

Possed 495 

Scheffner, F. M. : Claim. Order, Passed 556-7 

Scheiman. Samuel: Sign. Orfler. Passed 904-5 

Schendel, A. C. : Maintenance of building. Order, to 

Bldgs -083 

Filed 2168 

Scheuermann, George : Maintenance of building. Or- 
der, Passed 1381 

Schiavones (C.) Sons & Co.: Sign. Order, to Local 

Ind y23 

Passed 11*33 

SchifC and Company State Bank : 

Deposits of City funds. (See under the heading "Banks 
and banking".) \ 

Sign (roof.) Order, to Bldgs 2178 

Schiffman, Moe I. : Driveways (permission to Moe I. 

Schiffman and Harry Cohen.). Order, Passed 959 

Schiller, I. J.: Real estate oflBce. Order, Passed 2088 

Schiller (I. J.) & Co.: Claim. To Finance 1055 

Schiller-Rest Co. : Claim (presented as claim of Schiller- 
Best & Co.). Order, Deferred and Pul) 2466 

Schiller st. : Canopy at No. 10 E. ( See under the heading 

"Otis, Ralph C") 

Schittler. Max : Claim. To Finance 903 

Schlack, Gust : Maintenance of garage. Order, to Bldgs.'21S2 

Schlesinger, A.: Sign (roof). Order, to Bldgs 1129 

Filed 1286-7 

Schmalhausen, Leo : Alterations in building. Order, to 

Bldgs 2128 

Filed • 2488 

Schmidt, Alfred W. : Driveways. Order, Passed 21oV 

Schmidt, August : Claim. Order, Passed 1444-5 

Schmidt, Charles F. : Claim. To Finance 1687 

Schmidt Construction Co. : Contracts for paving alleys 

adjoining certain City property. Order, Passed 1302 

Schmidt, Ernest P. : Driveway and porch. Orders, 

Passed 3»8 

Schmidt, Prank J.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1862 



148 IN 

Schmidt, H. J.: Real estate office. Order, Passed 162 

Reconsidered and to Bldgs 238 

Filed 289 

Schmidt, Dr. L. E. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 
Official bond. (See under the heading "Bonds and hond 
issues".) 

Schmidt, Max J. : Driveway. Order, Passed 633 

Schmidt, R. W. : Use of a certain tract of land. Order, 

to Local Ind 1735 

Schmitt, Isidora : Claim. Order, Passed 2455 

Schmitt, John ; Portable real estate office. Order to" 

^^'^i" !...1401 

Passed 1703 

Schmitt, John C. : Garage. Order, to Bldgs 1962 

Schneider, E. W. : Driveway. Order, Passed 2175 

Schneider, G. E. : Shed. Order, to Bldgs 208 

^"«««' 433 

Schneider's Lunch Room : Payment for meals furnished to 

witnesses. Order, Passed 233 

Schockweiler, John : Driveways. Order, Passed 959 

Schoenlank & Kirschner : Claim. To Finance 1338 

Scholder, H. : Claim (presented as claim of H. Scholder & 

L. Stone) . Filed 702-4 

SchoUeck, Charles: Shed. Ov6ei; to Bldgs 1124 

Passed 1219 

Scholz, Henry: Claim. Order, Passed !. 1133-4 

School for Boys. (For data, if any, see the heading "Chicago 

and Cook County School for Boys".) 
School for Boys Bond fund. (For data, if any, see "Special 

funds, miscellaneous'' under the heading "Finance".) 
School St. : 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Central av. 
(See the notations under "Paving and improving, 
from \V. Grand av. to Lawrence av." under the head- 
ing "Central av.") 
Sidewalks, from N. Lavergne av. to N. Laramie av. (both • 

sides). Ordinance, Passed 21S3 

Surplus dirt in the street : in the matter of an appro- 
priation for removal. Order, to Finance 1960 

Tunnel under and across the Street, west of N. Ashland 
av. (See under the heading "Wieholdt (W A ) & 
Co.") 
School Tax Fund. (See under the heading "B^inance".) 
Schools and other educational institutions: 

(For particular public schools see under the heading 

"Education, Board of"; for particular private 

sclwols see under the names of the particular 

institutions.) 

Automobile salesrooms : prohibition against erection or 

maintenance within 200 ft. of schools. Report of 

newspaper publication. See 112-13 

[Ordinance passed April 5, 1923, pp. 2365-7.] 
Dancing schools : repeal of license requirements. Or- 
dinance (see Sec. 21), Passed 1405-6 

Fire escapes : requirement for fire escapes on schools of 
four stories or more in height in lieu of on schools 
three stories or more in height. Ordinance, to 

Bldgs ; 1561 

Passed 1970 

Report of newspaper publication. See 2060 

Playgrounds adjoining school buildings. (See under 

"Playgrounds" under the heading "Parks, Public 

Playgrounds and Bathing Beaches, Bureau of".) 

School bands of the nation : invitation to attend The 

National Music Trades' Convention on June 4th to 

7th, 1923, Resolution, Adopted 146 

Traffic signs in the vicinity of school buildings. (See 
under the heading "Traffic regulations".) 
Schools, Fire and Civil Service, Committee on : 

Appointment of members. (See under the heading "Ap- 
pointiaents".) 

Appropriation (annual). See 2215 

Schorsch (Albert J.) & Co.: Claim. To Finance 1398 

Schparago, Meyer: Driveways. Order, Passed 2133 

Schramm, 'WiUiam : Addition to building. Order, Passed. 433 

Schreiber av. : Water supply pipe, from Greenview av. to 

N. Clark st. Order, Passed 248-50 

Schreiber, Mathilda : Vacation of part of an alley in Frank 
N. Gage's Addn. to Englewood Heights. (See under the 
heading "Vacations of alleys".) 
Schriek (H.) & Co.: Claim. Order, Passed 418 



^^^ 1923-24 

Schroeder, A. F. : Driveway. Order, to ioco? />id 1229 

Passed 1270-1 

Second Order, to Local Ind 1474, 

Deferred and Pui 2474-5 

Schroeder, Fred G. : Completion of shed. (See under the 
heading "Brown, August A.") 

Schroeder, H. : Claim. To Finance 957 

Schroeder, H. L. : Pipe. Ordinance (for repeal of an 

ordinance passed Feb. 17, 1922), Passed 1977-8. 

Schroeder, John : Auto-shed. Order, Passed 641 

Schubert av. : 

Drains, between N. Kenton av. and N. Cicero av. Or- 
dinance, Passed 2509 

Opening of the street, from N. Spaulding av. to N. Saw- 
yer av. Order, to B. L. 1 2182, 

Paving and improving, from N. Kenton av. to N. Cicero 

av. Ordinance, Passed 213a. 

Paving, from N. Western av. to Elston av. Ordinance, 

Passed .'2022: 

Sewer, connecting with the sewer in N. Western av. (See 
"Paving and improving, from Fullerton av. to Bel- 
mont av." under "Widening^ etc." under the heading 
"Western av.") 
Sidewalk, from N. Kilbourn av. to N. Kenton av. (n. 

side) . Ordinance, Passed 2183- 

Water service pipes, between N. Kenton av. and N. Cicero 

av. Ordinance, Passed 2022. 

Water supply pipe, from N. Lavergne av. to 12 ft. west- 
ward. Order, Passed 248-50 

Schuchmann, Peter: Cancellation of warrant for collec- 
tion. Come. (City Compt.) to Finance 1976 

^ Schueneman, Leo A. : Sign. Order (referred Dec. 20 

1922, p. 1542) , Filed ' _ 1286-r 

Schuessler, Rudolph : Revocation of permit and cancella- 
tion of bond for driveway. Order, Passed 769 

SchuUer, A. D. : Driveway. Order, Passed 944 

Schultz, A. : Claim. Order, Passed 516-17 

Schultz, Edward C. : Claim. Order, Passed 11:53-4 

Schultz, Fred C. : Claim. Order. Passed 2455 

Schultz (H. G.) & Sons: Sign. Order, Passed 917 

Schultz, Jacob: Driveways. Order, Passed I86I 

Schultz, Mrs. Joseph: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 472 

Passed j^j 

Schultz, Richard H. : Claim. Order, Passed 595 

Schultz, William: Claim. Order, Passed 2456 

Schultze, E. H. : Driveways. Order, Passed 220 

Schulz (M.) Co.: Bridges (covered passageways). Or- 
dinance, to Local Ind 547 

Parsed 722-3 

Acceptance and bond. See 835> 

Schulz, William : Claim. Order, Passed 98-^ 

Schulze Baking Co. : 

Claim. Filed 371-2 

Compromise settlement of warrant for collection. 

Come. (City Compt,) to Financeh 2105 

Overhead wires. Ordinance, to Local Ind 933 

Passed 1163-4 

Acceptance and bond. See 1558 

Schummer, Mrs. Frank : Water service pipe. Order, 

Passed . 152.3" 

Sehunberg, William : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Come. (City Compt.) , to Finance 1890- 

Schuttler, Walter: Canopy (permission to Walter Schut- 

tler and Charles E. Rollins, Jr.). Order, Passed 1053 

Schwartz, Henry A. : Claim. Ordinance, Passedi 700- 

Schwartz, Ulysses S. : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of office as Alderman. See 5 

Schweda, Paul J.: Claim. Order, Passed 2450 

Schwind, Mrs. Joseph : Addition to building. Order, 

to Bldgs 384^ 

Passed 656 

Schymanski, Helen : Driveway. Order, to Local Ind. . 1043 

Passed 1097 

Scott-Bansbach Machinery Co. : Sale of a power hammer 

to the City. Order, Passedi 1534 

Scott Valve Co. : Sale of gate valves to the City. Or- 
der, Passed 2518-19 

Scott (W. L.) & Co.: Switch tracks. (See under the head- 
ing "Switch tracks".) 
Scown (Wm. J.) Bldg. Co. : Driveways. Order, Passed 

■ 199-200 



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149 



Scully, Louis : Installation of drain stubs. Order, 

Passed 1238 

Scull.v, Die : I'ermission to lay drains in certain streets on 

payment of one fee, etc. Order, Passed 1363 

Seagrave Company : 

Sale of a motor to the City. Order, Passed 1069 

Sale of a water tower to the City. Amendatory Order, 

Passed 229 

Search and Seizure Act of Illinois. (For data, if any, see 
"Prohibition, etc." under the heading "Beverages".) 

Seawright Water Co. : Claim. Order, Passcdi 983 

Sebree, James K. : Cancellation of warrant for collection. 

Come. (City Compt.) , to Finance 1890 

Sebring, Ernest W. : Driveways (permission to Ernest W. 

Sebring and Rosa Erhardt). Order, Passed 922 

Second Citizens State Bank: Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Second North-Western State Bank : Deposits of City 

funds. (See under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Second Security Bank of Chicago : Deposits of City funds. 

(See under the heading "'Banks and banking".) 
Security Bank of Chicago; Deposits of City funds. (See 

under the heading "Banks and banking".) 
Sedgwick st. : 

Tanks (gasoline) at Nos. 1847-49. (See under the head- 
ing "Sinclair Refining Co.") 
Ventilating shaft, at n. w. cor. of N. Clark st. (See un- 
der the heading "Kotzalas, Nick".) 

Sedlacek, Joseph : Driveway. Order, Passed 924 

Sedlicka, J. : Maintenance and occupancy of basement flats. 

Order, to Bldgs 1037 

Passed ^ 1280-1 

Vetoed and to Bldgs 1327-8 

Second Order, Passed 2050 

Vetoed and Filed 2058 

Seed merchants, wholesale : Repeal of license require- 
ments. Ordinance (see Sec. 18), Parsed 1405-6 

Seeley av. : 

Drains, between W. 53rd pi. and W^ Garfield boul., etc. 

(system). Ordinance, Passed 913 

Paving and improving, from 363 ft. north of Devon av. 
to 132 ft. north of Arthur av. (See "Paving and im- 
proving, from N. Robey st. to N. Western av., etc." 
under the heading "Arthur av.") 
Sewer, from 17 ft. south of e.-and-w. alley first south 
of Arthur av. to 119 ft. south of Arthur av., also 
from Arthur av. to 129 ft. north thereof. (See the 
notations under "Paving and improving, from N. 
Robey st. to N. Western av., etc." under the heading 
"Arthur av.") 
Vacation of the street. (See under the heading "Vaca- 
tions of streets".) 
Water service pipes, between W. 53rd st. and W. Garfield 

boul., etc. (system). Ordinances, Passed. . .1674, 2076 
Water supply pipe, at the intersection of Home ay. 

Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from Home av. to 130 ft. north. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from Home av. to 182 ft. south. 

Order, Passed 2406 

Water supply pipe, from 45 ft. south of W. 99th st. to 

372 ft. north of W. 101st st. Ordinance, Passed. 921 
Water supply pipe, from W. 99th st. to 96 ft. south- 
ward. Order, Parsed 850-3 
Water supply pipe, from 300 ft. north of W. 101st St. to 

72 ft. northward. Order, Passed 850-3 

Water supply pipe, from 360 ft. north of Devon av. to 

Arthur av. Order, Passed 850-3 

Seelig, Bernard: Brick garage. Order, to Bldgs 956-7 

File 1112-13 

Seelig, William : Auto-shed. Order, Parsed 392 

Seffren, Mas : Driveway. Order, Passed 1477 

Self, George : 

Appointments. (See under the heading "Appointments".) 

Election as Alderman. See 1-2 

Oath of ofiBce as Alderman. See 2-3 

Seifert, Mrs. Tillie : Claim. To Finance 2129 

Seiter, George P. : Vacation of Gettysburg st. and an ad- 
jacent alley. (See the notations under "Gettysburg st." 
under the heading "Vacations of streets".) 

Sekera's Furniture House : Sign. Order, to Bldgs 394 

Passed 747-8 

Sellers, C. C. : Claim. Order, Passed 418-19 



Seminary av. : Occupation of the street, between Addison 
St. and Irving Park boul. : direction for investigation of 
authority for use by the C, M. & St. P. Ry. Co. Or- 
der, Passed 407-8 

Seminole av. : Sidewalks, from N. Mason av. to N. Austin 

av. (s. side), etc. (system). Ordinance, Passed 2.513 

Seneca Petroleum Co.: Driveways. Order, Passed 1227 

Seneca st. : Opening of the street, from E. I'earson st. to 

E. Chicago av. Order, to B. L. 1 2026 

Senger, Mrs. J.: Auto-shed. Order, to Bldgs 401 

Passed 581-2 

Senica, Martin : Driveway. Order, Passed 1222 

Senneck, Louis : Maintenance of sheds. Order, to Bldgs.l39t 

Sergeant-at-Arms of the City Council and assistants. (For 
data, if any, see under the heading "City Council"".) 

Serlin, William : Driveway. Order, Passed 95